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Weymouth North 
and // 
Weymouth Vocational 
Technical High Schools 
1978 




Remember . . . 

The first day of school. 
Cinderella dresses, patent leather shoes, 
Whiffle hair-cuts, and miniature bow ties 
Replaced tattered sneakers and shorts of yesterday. 
You were so brave, 

As long as your mother's hand held yours tightly. 
The brick building looked so big 
And just a bit frightening. 
You wanted to cry, 
But cookies and milk 
Stifled your fears. 
Suddenly you were reading 
About Spot, Dick, and Jane. 

Remember . . . 

How confused you were in junior high? 
Program cards were as foreign as French. 
Although you could never use your locker, 
You still manged to lose that lock. 
No one knew what the word detention meant, 
But everyone found out sooner or later. 
Organized sports were introduced, 
And many became dedicated "Jocks". 
Others discovered the charm of the library. 
Common manners were tossed aside, 
As were the vegetables in the cafeteria. 
Didn't you feel stylish in those stiff, new Levi's 
And equally uncomfortable in your baggy gym appar 
You couldn't conquer algebra, 

But quickly learned to camouflage cigarette breathe 
The hours spent worrying about the ninth grade "Prom 
Seem foolish when you look back in time. 

Remember . . . 

We are now in the "prime of our lives", 
As adults so often remind us. 
These are the years we will remember most. 
Why not reminisce now? 






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TABLE 
OF 

CONTENTS 



ntroduction 1-16 

W.N.H.S. Seniors 18-97 

W.N.H.S. Admin. & Fac 98-117 

W.V.T.H.S. Seniors 118-144 

W.V.T.H.S. Admin. & Fac 145-153 

W.V.T.H.S. Underclassmen 154-161 

Activities 162-177 

Sports 178-203 

W.N.H.S. Underclassmen 204-213 

Patrons & Ads 214-222 

Senior Directory 223-237 

Superlatives 238-239 

Conclusion 240 




SPECIAL THANKS A 



THE 

1978 
'NORTH STAR" 
PRODUCTION 
STAFF 



Ed. -in-Chief — Jane O'Connor 
Assist. Ed. -in-Chief — Ginny Foy 
Art Ed. — Cathi McCarthy 
Business Ed. — Richard Norton 
Literary Ed. — Ann Sullivan 
Photographer — Mr. Charles Flagg 
Photography Ed. — Tim Lambe 
Vocational Ed. — Jeff Roussell 
Editorial Staff: Jo Ann DiBona 
Pam Ferullo 
Jack Garrity 
Eileen Sullivan 
Our "Fearless Leaders": 
Steve Chop — Art Advisor 
Gerry O'Neil — Literary Advisor 
Gene Stenstrom — Voc. Advisor 



TO: 

Cindy Bucella 
Mary Jeanne Conway 
Julie Doyle 
Judy Foy 

Nanci Giampietro 
Kelli Hanifan 
Karen Heger 
Linda Hutchinson 
Mary Joyce 
Paul Mahoney 
Dawn Osborne 
Michael Nasuti 
Joan Schatzl 
Debbie Taylor 
Mr. Donoghue 
Mr. Concannon 
"The Front Four" 



Recall . . . 

the most outstanding moments of our 
high school days. As sophomores we 
immediately adapted to the new 
environment of high school. It was 
different having permission to smoke at 
lunch, and there were many science and 
foreign language labs in which to 
experiment. Soon we were accustomed 
to the familiar buzz of the fire alarms. 

As juniors we became card sharks 
thanks to Monte Carlo Night, and we 
learned all about Broadway through our 
own hit, The Gong Show. We sat in 
darkness for five periods and ate cold 
lettuce sandwiches during the Blackout. 
Our junior year ended with a new 
attendance policy which was cast aside 
until September. 

Our last year opened with several 
surprises. Little did we know that our 
first concert would be our last, and we 
had no idea that the attendance policy 
would lead to the Walkout. On our first 
day of gym we were astounded to have 
"Human Sexuality and Social 



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Responsibilities" thrown in our faces. 
Many kids were having fun under the 
overhang, planning parties at Whiskey 
Point, The Pits, and Emery's. 

Many of us stopped eating junk food 
to keep the blemishes from spoiling our 
senior portraits, but worrying about 
SAT's didn't help matters. Then we 
decided to raise money by selling 
chocolate bars, and we were our own 
best customers! Our complexions 
mirrored our financial success. The only 
solution was to purchase Weymouth 
North ski hats, pull them down over 
our faces, and hide all together. 

We will never forget our senior class 
play, "Anything Goes," because it 
wasn't the only thing going ... so was 
Mr. Kearns. His leaving was almost like 
canceling The Johnny Carson Show. 

All of these experiences allow the 
members of the class of 1978 to be 
individual shining stars. 

To make us a most unique group we 
have decided to let "... the last be first 
and the first be last ..." 



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Tina M. Russo 



"Honest, it's not my handbag! 






Brien S. Myers 



Kevin E. Murray 



Elizabeth M. Murray 




Neil R. Hause Elizabeth A. Haskins 





Kathleen M. Flanagan Kerry J. Fitzgerald Roberta C. Findley 




Stephen G. Brown 



Linda J. Brown 



Kathleen A. Brown 




Richard F. McConkey — President Barbara J. Keith — Vice-President 



Senior Class Officers 




Jennifer L. Palmer — Secretary Susan M. Powers — Treasurer 





Recollect . . . 

The most important people in our school 
years, the teachers. Some of us may groan at 
the mention of the word, "teacher," but as we 
reflect upon our school years we realize that 
they weren't so "bad" after all. Although we 
seldom admit it, we do appreciate the 
teachers and all the work they have done for 
us. 

Many teachers spent more time working on 
extra-curricular activities than we did. And 
our teachers always had a far better record of 
completed homework assignments than we 
ever did! They could always brighten up our 
day with just three little words, "No test 
today!". 

Their help, their guidance, their 
perseverance, and their friendship are gifts 
we will cherish, now and always. 



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



99 





William T. Kcarns 



100 



For W.T.K. 



Keen of 
eye, 
of wit, 
of intellect, 

disdainer of pomposity 
and all self-serving 
attitudes of 
power, 

he brought that 
discipline, 
which rules 
himself, 

to bear on others 
less skilled or 
willing 

to be counseled 
and thereby 
wisely led. 

With values certain, 
and caution in 
the course, 
against the myriad 
turbulence 
he firmly stood. 

Testament abounds to kind 
and generous 
works 

and loyalty to all 
who, sensing pride in 
Weymouth High 
akin to his, 

strove to enhance both 

memory 

and 

the dream. 

Well may this 
good man 
look with 
pride 

on his career. 




Richard Dwyer 




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Administration 




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Dr. Leon H. Farrin 
Superintendent of Schools 





Robert D. West 
Assistant Superintendent 






Dorothy I O'Brien, Switchboard Operator; Shirley M. Young, Secretary; Brenda M. Tileston, Secretary; Marion A. 
Wakeham, Secretary to Principal. 




Hugh Sloan 
Art Chairperson 





Louise Hill 
Business Chairperson 




William Donoghue 
Business 





Paula Babcock 
Business 




Mary Doucette 
Business 




Kathleen Garvey 
Business 



Lucy Kalaijian 
Business 







Sheila Kelleher 
Business 



Mary Mahoney 
Business 



Thomas Miley 
Business 



Patricia O'Connell 
Business 




Harry Powers Velna Roberts Wilfred Roberts William Wilson 

Business Business Business Business 





Jean O'Donnell 
English 



Geraldine O'Neil 
English 



Marilee Schurman 
English 




Martha Sullivan 
English 




Edward Porter 
Language Chairperson 



John Abbott 
German, Latin 







Janice Joyce 
French 



Renzo Mazzoni 
Italian 



Marie Moss 
French 



George Player 
Spanish 




Diane Quintin 
Spanish, Italian 




Daniel Shea 
Latin 



Betsy Erickson 
Home Ec. Chairperson 




Karen Roubicek 
Russian, French 




Joseph Thomas 
Spanish, English 




Cynthia Arrendondo 
Home Ec. 





Ida Simpson 
Spanish 





Frances Christino 
Home Ec. 



Maria Dentino 
Home Ec. 



Gail Farley 
Home Ec. 



Mary Green 
Home Ec. 




Paul Fuller Allen Green Richard King Kenneth Knowles 

Math Math Math Math 




Douglas Blake 
Social Studies Chairperson 



Marilyn Anderson 
Social Studies 







John DeCoste 

S()( Studies 



Karen Heller 
Sex i.il Studies 



Edwin Lofgren 
Social Studies 



Patricia Marinos 
Social Studies 





William Martin 
Social Studies 




Anna Trilling 
Social Studies 



Alice Fortier 
Generics 




Debra Cumming 
Learning Disability 




Stephen Shoff 
Social Studies 




David Weidmann 
Social Studies 



Richard Whitmore 
Driver Ed. 



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Robert Duggan 
T.V. Production 



William Nelson 
Learning Disability 



Ann Clancy 
Adjustment Counselor 



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Alwyn Marston 
Work Study 




George Shanahan 
Attendance Supervisor 



Mary Santo 
Secretary 



Marianne Derocher 
Secretary to Librarian 



Helen Peckham 
Secretary to School Nurse 



CUSTODIAL STAFF — 1st row: Fred Hebert, Charles Butler, Betty Cirigliano, Steve Holt, Bob Smith. 2nd row: Gordon 
Lavender, Elijah W. Lovering, John Lyons, Ennio DiGravio. 





( A I I I ERIA W( )RKERS — 1st row: Joan 1 lamman, Barbara Hunt, Grace Grace, Janet Norris, Louise Perriello. 2nd row: 
Vi Payne, M<iry Lyon, Audrey Connolly, Jennie Belcher, Mary Solgard, Winnie Williams, Kathy Burns, Mary Paton, 
Delores Kelly. Vd row: fo Ik-gonis, Gert Harrington, Shirley Bennett, MaryAnn McDonald, Mary Travers. 





"What's crawling across your book?" 



'May I take your order now?' 




'I think I'm losing control!' 




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"Okay! Who stole my gym shorts?' 





'Why won't anyone pass the puck to me?' 



'They look like apples!' 



'Room Service!" 



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Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair, 
And having perhaps the better claim, 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same, 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 

Somewhere ages and ages hence: 

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 

I took the one less traveled by, 

And that has made all the difference. 

— Robert Frost 



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Structural Design 






Paul J. Dobson 



Brian R. Fasci 



Anthony Henderson Jr. 



135 



Graphic Arts 




Gregory A. Baker Joseph E. Cipullo Mari-Jean Condo 



CLASS OFFICERS 





GREGORY C. SMITH 
President 



PETER A. TANGHERLINI 
Vice President 







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MARI-JEAN CONDO 
Secretary /Treasurer 



RAYMOND E. TRACY 
Class Marshal 




H. LELAND SANGER 
Guidance 



FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 




HELEN A. CHESTER ANN J. MONAHAN KATHLEEN T. McCALLIG 

145 




Leo D. O'Reilly 




Stephen B. Smith 



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Stephen J. Uchman 




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149 




150 




Donald F. Gavin Barry D. Whitehouse William J. Wigmore 



151 




CONSUMER 

EDUCATION, 

MATHEMATICS 



Kenneth M. Blasser 





MATHEMATICS, 
SCIENCE 



Craig R. Morgan 





152 




Mary I. Green 





Andrew Best, Patrick Bonner, Hubert 
Brodie, Terence Byrne, Joseph Cambell, 
Shawn Campbell, John Carr, John 
Cederstrom, Daniel Cole, Michael Dalton, 
David Jackson, Edward Lyman, Nei 
McDonald, Paul Mathi, Christopher 
McEvoy, William Nash, Timothy O'Conner, 
William Palazzi, Glenn Perry, Mark Taylor, 
Brian Tenore, Robert Sahmer. 




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Michael Arnold, Scott Braccia, Robert 
Brown, Brian Carr, Brian Curran, David 
Delaney, Gregory Ellis, Kevin Fall, Robert 
Kanash, Joseph Latteo, William McCue, 
David Moscillo, Martin Murray, Joseph 
Pellitier, Keith Tirrell, Fred Warren. 






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Theodore Chaney, Stephen Cyr, Scott 
Frazier, Frank Goggin, Andre Goodine, 
Robert Guiducci, William Higgins, Michael 
Hogan, Dana Jackson, Michael Kelley, 
Armando Madeira, David Mavilia, Lee 
McHugh, Edward McKenna, Michael 
Mulligan, Brian Murphy, Jeffrey Roussell, 
Stephen Skinner, Steven Vaille, John Zella. 



James Allen, David Chase, Albert Coletti, 
James Craven, Joseph Dickey, Joseph 
Hastry, Joseph Ebert, William Kilroy, 
Richard Linehan, Guy Legere, Scott Loiurio, 
Chris Massey, Douglas McNalley, Charles 
Moholland, William Mosel, Stephen 
Murphy, Michael Nocera, Daniel Parker, 
Mark cibilio, Mark Stackpole, Richard 
Thurston, James Wade, Robert Zeoli. 





Scott Condo, Burton DeMarco, Armand 
Gove, Timothy Hill, Daniel Nason, Michael 
Rowell, Douglas Sargent, Michael Venuti. 



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Carlton Brodie, James Carson, Michael 
Connelly, Paul Downey, Paul Goggin, 
Thomas Hahn, Ronald Ivil, James Kelley, 
David Kerr, Michael Murray, Chris O'Bryne, 
Kenneth O'Toole, Robert Paluccio, John 
Rice, Karl Stier, Leonard Wiseman, Richard 

Zmudzicn. 





Jay Brazer, Dean Campitelli, Michael Carey, 
Paul Chiavaroli, Michael English, Jeffrey 
Fox, Joseph Good, Steven Hoxie, Paul Lang, 
Charles Lewis, Paul Mack, Thomas Owen, 
Harold Pike, James Pitrone, Brett Allen, 
James Bulens, Robert Deady, Michael 
Endres, James Ross, David Sirois, Cindy 
Turner. 



Alan Adukonis, Chris Cordingley, Leo 
Coughlin, John Daly, Bruce Eaton, Michael 
Falletti, James Godinho, Peter Kane, Bryan 
King, Garrett Lysakowski, Kenneth 
Melanson, Brian Nash, William Owens, 
Russell Rioux, Jay Robertson, James Yeo, 
Ronald Yourell. 




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Mark Almeida, James Burns, Sandra 
Cavicchi, Frederick Chamberlain, Michael 
Curley, Michael Daugherty, Mark Davies, 
Walter Delaney, Peter Emswiler, David 
Hoffman, Edward Hurley, Stephen 
Longchamps, Richard Loud, Michael Lucas, 
Christopher Lunde, James MacFee, Mark 
Masuret, Richard McNamee, Thomas 
McCue, Steven Mechan, John Merten, 
Michele Moriarty, Mark Muise, Gordon 
Norris, Paul Samulski, Daniel Seaver, 
Richard Sollowin, Kathleen Stafford, 
William Sullivan, Michael Tardiff. 



Brian DuRoss, Dale Deacon, Ellen LeBarre, 
Judith McEleaney, Anne Boren, Lisa 
Azarian, Timothy Lyons, Joseph Pukt, 
Steven Barbuto, Fred Wescott, Stephen 
Ruxton, Martin Colligan, Paul DeYoung, 
George Luciano. 





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Remember . . . 

How some days consisted only of crowded cor- 
ridors, cold lunches, and quiet studies? For some 
people the school day was always long and tedious. 
Yet other students felt there were too few hours in 
the school day to experience all they wanted. These 
individuals gave both their time and their spirit to 
Weymouth North. And their advisors smiled 
proudly when their efforts were appreciated. 

For the musicians and the actors, the skiers and 
the writers, every day of school life will be remem- 
bered. 



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Student 
Council 




1st Row — Sharon Allegra, Annemarie Reilly — sec, Eileen Sullivan — pres., Kathy Chaisson, 2nd Row — 
Mary Balzano, Mary-Kate Donovan, Patricia Duffy, Susan Rober, Anne Kearney, Sandra Tringale, Elaine 
Phillips, Pam Ferullo. 3rd Row — Sheila Merten, Craig Binney, Bill Lopez, John Griffin, Kathy Given, Mike 
Pelland, Chris Sardina, James Egan. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 




1st Row — Lois Hardy, Mary Ann Hankard, Barbara Paugh, Debbie Dean, Buddy Martin. 2nd Row — Craig 
Morgan, Matthew McManus, Scott Chambers, Millard Wyman, Doug Cooper, Edwin Lofgren. 



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Reflections 





1st Row — Lois Hardy — ed., Joyce MacDonald — ed. 2nd Row — Mary Ann Hankard, Dianne Fallon, Mary 
Joyce, Buddy Martin, Barbara Paugh, Jean Mills, Debbie Dean. 3rd Row — George Ghiorse, Scott Chambers, 
Verena Lisinski, Mike Grafton. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 




Math Team 




our — Cindy Smith, Vivian Soper, Anne Dalto, Pam Gardner, Cindy Burrell, Charlotte McDonald. 2nd 
len Green, Don Aitken, Linus Kelly, Doug Cooper, Hans Pohlmann, Mike Zunino, Barbara Curtin. 




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1st Row — Katie Martin, Sue Petterson. 2nd Row — Regina Fallon, Mary Joyce, Janet Rengucci 



Activities • Activities • Activities 




Sharon Allegra 
Rep. to the State Board of 
Education 



F.ileen Sullivan 
Rep. to the School Committee 



Richard McConkey 
Rep. to the School Committee 



Student 

Advisory 

Council 



Project 
Part-Time 




1st Row — Joanne Murphy, Diane Wall, Jean Byrne, Joan Ahern, Valerie Shand, Bill Brangiforte, Lonnie 
Gillis, Ginny Findlay. 2nd Row — Patrick Rinn, Chris O'Neil, Beth Sances, Clare Gurnett, Nancy Olsson, 
Anne Dalto, Michele Stokes, Sue Skinner. 3rd Row — Doug Trudeau, Tim Lambe, John Barry, Doug Couper, 
Lauren Barnes, Anne Ellison, Anne Logue, JoAnn Lydeck, Ms. Sullivan. Missing — Carole Sansone, Terri 
Gillis. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 




1st Row — Cheryl Smith, Jo- Anne Tucker, Cheryl Mooney, Cathy Supemor. 2nd Row — Mr. Duggan, David 
Ruane, Gary Peterson, Kevin Barry. 



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Recipe for a Fantastic Yearbook 

Put in an art room 

1 new teacher, sane but no telling 

what she will be like when she is 

done. 

1 art teacher who would never let 

anything go out wrong. 

A handful of students quite green in 

putting together a yearbook. 

1 photographer who thinks he is as 

fussy as the art teacher. 

1 publisher who comes smiling at 

deadlines. 

First mix together the teachers and students 
until they blend together well, and cook 
until deadline. 

Next take a smaller number of students to 
spread over more pages. Then turn up a 
radio that looks like it has been through 
World War III. Add a business editor who is 
convinced that no one will listen to him and 
as a result will never let us know if we are in 
the red. Blend together Dick Sweich 
garnished with three piece suit to take away 
the deadline. 

Remove the photographer and beat well 
until smooth. Have a vocational editor and a 
photography editor almost destroy the art 
room. Add plenty of typographical errors. 
Never stop cooking even if there is a power 
failure due to snow. Simmer until well done 
even if lunch is missed. Substitute with store 
bought subs. 

Add pages to desired consistency. Stir in 
nuts, confusion, smiles, jokes, 
determination, to add flavor. Send to 
publisher. 

Serve: With a smile and crossed fingers. 
Yield: 900 servings 






Activities • Activities • Activities 




1st Row — Anne Ellison, Cheryl Scott, Stephanie Garbaczuk, Mary Sheerin, Mary Kate Donovan. 2nd Row — 
Ross Bennett, Alan Poskus, Jane O'Connor, Judy Corkhum, Bettie Powers, Matt Pettograsso, Tim Lambe, Lisa 
Smith, Leslie Garbaczuk, Janet Kerr, Ed Cross, Marilyn Tansey. 3rd Row — Gary Peterson, Laura Concannon, 
Jaqueline Jamieson, Cheryl Wojner, Sandy Olssen, Paul Tucci, Dave Dillon, Steve Moody, Mark Gustafson, 
Mark Stewart, Bill McWalter, Bob Cronin, Dave O'Connor, Mike D'Arrigo, Steve Brown, Richard Walsh, 
Peter Boyd, Gerald Cody, James Chaney. 4th Row — Annemarie Heine, Judy Couture, Pat Bonvie, Dick 
I.oonie, Anne Loguc, Lee Stevens, Drew Cady, Gerald Cross, Ed Connolly, Peter Hoyt, Alex Nicoll, Peter 
Bergfors, Tim Kilburn. 6th Row — Mike Lavery, Jack Sullivan, Dave Masison, Ed Murphy, Stephen Marks, 
John Hause, Carolyn Cunniff, Stephanie Gerard, David "Big B" Brayton. 



Concer 
Choir 




1st Row — Veronica Ziegler, Diane Renehan, Elaine Jennings, Elizabeth Hodges, Vivian Soper, Elaine 
Phillips, Linda Bates. 2nd Row — Maureen Kreitman, Carol Sansone, Kelly Sullivan, Kim Ricciardi, Lauren 
Burke, Frank Cirigliano, Kathy Given, Kerry DelloRusso, Dawn Osborne, Karen Rogers, Sue Johnson. 3rd 
Row — Stephen Chrobak, Sean Colligan, Tim Bryant, Edwin Cross, Gerald Cross, Patrick Rinn. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 





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1st Row — Donna Olsen, Susan Ahern, Janice Joyce, Dianne Fallon, Karen Gustafson, Donna Pflaumer. 2nd 
Row — Jim Davis, Verena Lisinski, Mary Joyce, Valerie Shand, Barbara Paugh. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 



Russian 
Club 




Row — Debbie Smith, Judy Rowell, Kathy Gleason, Karen Roubicek, Buddy Martin, Cindy Smith. 2nd 
3w — Joan Ahern, Mike McMahon, Ed Lynskey, Valerie Shand, Scott Chambers. 



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Trip to 
Austria 




1st Row — Ginny Foy, JoAnn DiBona, Beth Forrest, Nancy Minahan. 2nd Row — Lynn Gentile, Sally Wright, 
Stephanie Girard, Laura Madden, Terri Gould, Maureen Morris. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 




1st Row — Diane Fallon, Verena Lisinski, John Abbott, Mary Joyce, Jean Mills. 2nd Row — Jack Chaput, Scott 
Chambers, Matt McManus. 




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College Bowl 



Another victory to add to our "shining" year was 
that of the College Bowl. For the first time ever, the 
students defeated the faculty by an overwhelming 
score of 405 to 165. The faculty panels consisted of 
Miss Marilyn Anderson, Mr. Robert Dufault, Mr. 
Craig Morgan, Mr. Donald Gavin, and Miss Paula 
Babcock, Mr. James Egan, Mr. Joseph Thomas, and 
Mr. Paul Fuller. They were tough opponents but not 
tough enough to overcome the strong student panels 
of Don Dewar, Linus Kelly, Barbara Curtin, and 
Annemarie Connor on the first panel, and Janet 
Kerr, Anne Dalto, Joyce MacDonald, and Ron Evans 
on the second panel. Other participants included 
Chris Cunniff and Annemarie Reilly who served as 
the moderators, Mr. John Abbott and Mike Zunino 
as the )udges, Mr Ken Knowles and Debbie Dean as 
timekeepers, Jane O'Connor as scorekeeper, and 
Susan Powers as the coordinator. 





Honor 
Society 




Joyce MacDonald — pres., Susan Powers, Anne Dalto, Annemarie Connor, Elaine Phillips, Jane O'Connor. 
2nd Row — Barbara Paugh, Eileen Sullivan, Donna Files, Chris Cunniff, Chris Cochran, Janet Kerr, Kathy 
Flanagan, Karen Alukonis, Ann Whitlow. 3rd Row — Don Dewar, Mike Zunino, Linus Kelly, Ron Evans — 
vice-pres., Barbara Curtin — corresponding sec. 



Activities • Activities • Activities 




ey Club 




John Alexopoulis, Linus Kelly, Ron Evans — sec, Greg Hargadon — pres., Jim Melody — vice-pres., Jc 
Atwater — tres. 2nd Row — Timothy Daly, Richard Norton, Craig Binney, Don Aitken, Peter Leahy, Jir 
Sullivan, Scott Harrington, Richard Shea, Phil Graceffa, John Griffen, Paul Mahoney, Don Dewar, Jim 
Donaher, Richard Johnson, Larry Crowley, John Morse. 



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Nursery 
School 
Program 




Senior Class Play 





"Anything Goes" 






Cast 




Bishop 


Ed Lynskey Angels: 


Cathy Given 


Reporter 


Brian DeWolfe 


Elaine Jennings 


Hope 


Linda Bates 


Carla Leone 


Cameraman 


Tim Kilburn 


Marion Norton 


Reno Sweeney 


Elaine Phillips 


Sue O'Connor 


Steward 


Ed Connolly 


Dawn Osborne 


Bonnie 


Kim Ricciardi 


Karen Rogers 


Moonface 


Frank Cirigliano 


Viv Soper 


Mrs. Harcourt 


Kerry DelloRusso 




Whitney 


John Garrity Chorus: 


Laureen Burke 


Two Chinese: 




Mary Jeanne Conway 


Ching 


Patrick Rinn 


Jerry Cross 


Ling 


Rick Falzone 


Denise DeWolfe 


Purser 


Steve Hurson 


An-Louise Dionne 


Sir Evelyn 


Brent Shimmin 


Diane Fallon 


Captain 


John Keenan 


Ellen Foley 


Billy Crocker 


Ed Cross 


Mary Beth Foley 






Anne Graceffa 


Dancers: 


Tim Bryant 


Theresa Gillis 




Ed Connolly 


Suzanne Johnson 




Pamela Curtis 


Mary Joyce 




loAnn DiBona 


Dennis Levesque 




Ginny Foy 


Verena Lisinski 




Clare Gurnett 


Kenny Long 




Kelli Hanifan 


Gary Schoonover 




Mary Kelly 


Susan MacLaskey 




Maureen Kreitman 


Nancy McRac 




Sheila Merten 


Jane O'Connor 




Sue Morlino 


Cynthia Pepe 




Sue Ann Osbormc 


|ill Petrucelli 




Cindy Pleach 


Carol Sansone 




Diane Renahan 


Cynthia Smith 




Beth Sances 


Kathy Supernor 




Kcllcy Sullivan 


Veronica Zieglcr 



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One of the favorite events at 
Weymouth North High School is the 
annual senior class play. This year's 
production, "Anything Goes," was 
no exception. Highlights of the play 
included sparkling performances by 
Ed Cross as Billy Crocker, Elaine 
Phillips as Reno Sweeney, Frank 
Cirigliano as Moonface, Kim Ric- 
ciardi as Bonnie, and Linda Bates as 
Hope. 

We would like to thank the mem- 
bers of the cast and Mrs. Hodges for 
their dedication and hard work on a 
job well done. 



rhe Leads: Kneeling — Rick Falzone, Kim Ricciardi, Linda Bates, Kerry DelloRusso, Elaine Phillips, Tim 
<ilburn. Standing — Pat Rinn, Ed Lynskey, Frank Cirigliano, Brian DeWolfe, Jack Garrity, Eric Loadman, John 
Ceenan, Ed Cross. 





The Dancers: Kneeling — Cindy Pleach, Sue Ann Osborne, Kelli Hanifan, 
Ginny Foy, Diane Renihan, Beth Sances, Jill Petrucelli, Standing — Jim 
O'Connor, JoAnn DiBona, Maureen Kreitman, Pat Rinn, Kelley Sullivan, 
Pam Curtis, Ed Connolly. 



The Angels: Elaine Jennings, Sue O'Connor, Cathy Given, Dawn Osborne, 
Marion Norton, Carla Leone. 




The Chorus: Kneeling — Kathy Supernor, An-Louise Dionne, Anne Graceffa, Cindy 
Pepe, Nancy McRae, Mary Beth Foley. Standing — Ellen Foley, Jane O'Connor, Tim 
Bryant, Sue MacLasky, Jerry Cross, Mary Joyce, Mary Jeanne Conway, Veronica Ziegler. 




The Crew: Brian DeWolfe, Barbara Paugh — Stage Manager. 
Phil Graceffa, Matt McManus. 




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Recall . . . 

the exciting feeling that lingered in the locker room while we 
prepared for competition. A certain electricity bolted through 
our bodies as the event began. Even the spectators sensed our 
excitement. Whether we were competing individually or as a 
team the feelings within us never lessened. 



During our past three years at North we have seen grea 
stars, and witnessed both magnificent wins and pitiful losses 
Yet we have always had teams that knew how to win or lose 
gracefully. This certain spirit is what all athletes must posses; 
to accept defeat, strive for improvement and achieve success. 






The Thanksgiving Day game was 
undoubtedly the highlight of the 1977 football 
season. Under the leadership of senior 
co-captains Bill Jackson and Tim Taylor, the 
Maroons put forth an outstanding effort to 
defeat our arch-rivals, the Weymouth South 
Wildcats, by a 7-0 score. Jackson provided the 
scoring early in the final quarter on a 
touchdown plunge and the point — after 
conversion. Sterling defensive performances 
were turned in by Arthur McHugh, Paul 
DeVincent, and Matt Pettograsso, while Ken 
Abbott contributed to the win with exciting 
offensive plays. It has been a three year wait for 
this coveted Thanksgiving win, but the thrill of 
this game has made it all worthwhile. 



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Thanksgiving Day Game 





Led by Co-captains Ron Evans and Fred Allen, 
and complemented by seniors Scott Hayford 
and Ron Maltz, the Maroon harriers raced to a 
record of 3-6. Close meets with Newton and 
North Quincy kept us from a winning season. 
Junior Dan Sheehan highlighted the year by 
earning four top awards in post-season races, 
and by being named a Suburban League All 
Star. 



Cross Country 






1st Row — Co-captain Ron Evans, Dan Sheehan, Scott Hayford, Ron Maltz, Coach Paul Fuller. 2nd 
Row — Mike Putnam, Co-captain Fred Allen, Doug McCloud, Richard Norton, Joe Sullivan. 




The Girl's Cross Country Team, led by Senior 
Captain Stephanie Garbarczuk, finished the 
season with a record of 4-4. Outstanding 
performances were given by Sophomores Audrey 
Donovan, Tracy Fitzgerald, and Karen Sheehan. 
While representing Weymouth North in the State 
Trials, Stephanie fractured her leg but crawled 
over the finish line! 





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Dan Sheehan 
Suburban League All Star 




Audrey Donovan, Karen Sheehan, C aptain Stephanie C.arbarc/uk, Coach William Wilson, Ann- 
Louise Dionne, Joanne O'Reilly, Tracy Fitzgerald. 



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Cheerleaders 



It all began with tryouts, 
A past memory. 

Throughout the summer and winter, 
Most of us 

Worked together for two years. 

We fought to endure camp, 

And were shocked by winning evaluations. 

We grinned through our corny 

"Hog calling time in Nebraska." 

We sweated and froze through games, 

And prepared so long for parades. 

We strove for more routines, 

And better mounts. 

Sometimes we became cascading failures. 
We received our injuries one by one, 
But we kept smiling through the pain. 
If only others could imagine, 
What we have experienced and learned. 
Maybe then they would feel differently, 
About the "name" we have earned. 






Kneeling — Co-captains, Lisa Binney and Joanne Curran. Standing — Clare Gurnett, Kelli Hanifan, 
Karen Spain, Dawn Osborne, Elaine Phillips, Sue Ann Osborne, Gretchan Burchard, Cindy Gamble. 




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1st Row — Paul DeVincent, Don Morse, Matt Pettograsso, Ken Doolin, Mike Niles, Steve Bell, 
Co-captain Tim Taylor, Co-captain Bill Jackson, Mike Marcel, Bill Beard, Ken Abbott, Richard 
Maconochie, Bill Wellock, Don Moore, Jim Dorman. 2nd Row — Coach Dick McPherson, Assistant 
Coach Ken Blasser, Brian Murphy, Louis Aurelio, Archie McHugh, John Sullivan, Stuart Heming- 
way, Brian Nash, Mike Kurowski, Chris Cordingley, Ken Evans, Richard Zmudzien, Richard Cody, 
Doug MacLeod, David Masison, Dr. John O'Neil, Coach George Liset. 3rd Row — John Cocce, Dana 
Oliver, Dave Bell, Scott Harrington, Ed Garner, David Bouley, Bob Coose, Don Whittle, Larry Kelly, 
David Hogan, Paul Gosselin, Jay Greene. 




Girls' Junior Varsity Soccer 






1st Row — Mary Joyce, Michelle Rober, Debbie Allen, Verena Lisinki, Coach Jay Field. 2nd Row — 
Amt.i l.opc/, ( oil. tic Donovan, Sally Wright, Gail Barchey, Judy Foy. 3rd Row — Gina Carter, Mary 
Bal/ano, Anne Ciraceffa, Teresa McCarthy, Mae Cullivan. 




In its second year of existence, the Girls' 
Soccer Team improved drastically over last 
year. We narrowly missed qualifying for the 
State Tournament by one game. The team 
finished with a record of 5 wins, 6 losses and 3 
ties. 

The captains were Jane E. Reddish and 
Alison Molignano. Seniors included Jane E. 
Reddish, Jane Reddish, Mari-Jean Condo, and 
Leslie Svizzero. 

We were also very fortunate to have two 



Swedish Exchange Students play for us. They 
1st Row — Bodil Wahlstadt, Teresa MacAleese, Maureen Gray, Beth Ruane, Hanneie Sundbert, were Bodil Walhstedt and Hanele Sundberg. 

Holly Johnson. 2nd Row — Mari-Jean Condo, Jane Reddish, Co-captain Jane E. Reddish, Paula 
Given, Pam Given, Sue Deady, Coach Richard Hayes. 3rd Row — Linda Damon, Diane Joyce, Kelly 
Moody, Leslie Svizzero, Trish Duffy, Co-captain Alison Molignano, Carol Molignano. 




Soccer 





The varsity had high expectations for a great 
season. Our record of 6-7-3 is the second best 
in our five-year Soccer Program. We had 
several key injuries that troubled us during the 
season, but we did earn respect in the Suburban 
League by giving good competition to league 
leading teams such as: Newton, Brockton and 
Waltham. We placed goalie Rick Mills and 
forward Mike Rafferty on the First Team 
Suburban League All Stars, and Mike Dempsey 
made the Second Team as a forward. We also 
had outstanding performances from Jim 
Melody, Gil and Bill Lopez, Dean Carson, Dan 
Smith, Bob Bagley and John Shields. 




Kneeling — Co-captain Rick Mills, Co-captain John Shields, Bill Lopez, Gil Lopez, Dan Miller, Gerry 
Taccini, Joe Devine. Middle Row — Mike Dempsey, Dan Smith, Dean Carson, Mike Rafferty, Glen 
Tracey, Butch Crooker, Jim Melody. Back Row — Joe Doherty, Richard Loud, Bob Bagley, Steve Bean, 
Bob Lowell, Ian Davidson, Coach Steven Shoff. 




Girls' 

Varsity 

Basketball 



This year's Basketball Team was a very 
determined one. We defeated Weymouth 
South twice and then defeated Cambridge 
Latin who had never before been defeated in 
the Suburban League. 

Contributing Seniors were: Linda 
Hutchinson, Cheryl Grogan, Marianne 
Mclntyre, Jane Reddish, and Jane E. Reddish. 
Captains were Jane E. Reddish and Marianne 
Mclntyre. 



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1st Row — Jacqui Jamieson, Adrienne Carol, Coach Karen Baptisto, Denise MacAuliffe, Paula 
Given. 2nd Row — Collette Donovan, June Foley, Linda Damon, Sue Deady, Judy Foy, Mae Culli- 
van. 3rd Row — Sally Breen, Tracy Fitzgerald, Pam Given. 








Girls 7 Junior 

Varsity 

Basketball 



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First Row: Coach David Rouse, IVtcr Leahy, |ohn Griffin, Scott Fcdor, David Papeil, Tom Bettle, 
Coach Ed Barber. Second Row: Scott Raeside, Al Claflin, Larry Kelly, Brian McGrory, Scott McQueen, 
I'aul McF.lroy, Fred Brennan, Joe Tracy. 



Boys' Varsity Basketball 




All of our games were hard fought 
contests this year. We always had high hopes 
for finishing among the top teams of the 
Suburban League and qualifying for the State 
Tournament. 

Highlights of the season included winning 
the Angelo's Christmas Invitational Basketball 
Tournament at Rockland High School. Brian 
Burke averaged 16 points per game. Larry 
Crowley was our top rebounder and MVP of 
the Angelo's Tournament. Bill Johnson led us 
in assists. There were numerous clutch 
performances by Jim Sullivan, John 
Alexopoulus, and John Atwater. We look 
forward to the number of Varsity players who 
will return next year. 





1st Row — John Alexopoulos, Michael Rafferty, Donald MacLeod, William Johnson — Co-Captain, Peter 
Leahy. 2nd Row — Chip Dever, Scott Raeside, Michael Roche, John Griffin, Jim Sullivan. 3rd Row — 
Stephen Shoff — Coach, John Atwater, James Donaher, Lawrence Crowley, Brian Burke — Co-Captain. 
Scott Fedor. 



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Girls' Indoor Track 




First Row — Jean Snyed, Barbara Follett, Patty Slattery, Co-captain Linda Aries, Co-captain Gayle 
Gumpright, Patti George, Audrey Ganley, Susan Roussell, Mary Kate Donovan. Second Row — 
Carolyn Cunniff, Kathy Gleason, Robin Steele, Bodil Wahlstedt, Hannele Oksanen, Karen Sheehan, 
Anne Logue, Mary Gallagher, Coach William Wilson. Third Row — Maureen Grey, Diane Joyce, 
Verena Lisinski, Janet Rengucci, Holly Johnson, Paula Settemelli, Lee Stegena, Mary Balzano. 





The Girls' Indoor Track Team, coached 
by Mr. Wilson, had an outstanding season. 
Qualifiers for the State Meet were: Bodil 
Wahlstedt, Shot Put; Senior Co-captain Gail 
Gumpright and Holly Johnson, High Jump; 
Caroline Cunniff, 600 meter; Mary Kate 
Donovan, 1000 meter; Verena Lisinski, 40 
yard dash; Beth Ruane and Senior 
Co-captain Linda Aries, Hurdle; the Relay 
Team of Mary Kate Donovan, Audrey 
Ganley, Sue Roussell, and Caroline Cunniff. 





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First Row — Coach Ed Lyons, Fred Allen, Mike Fay, Rich Gould, Co-Captain Ron Evans, Co-Captain 
Scott Hayford, John Beasley, Ron Maltz, Coach Dudley O'Leary. Second Row — Dan Sheehan, Neil 
Larkin, Craig Binney, Archie McHugh, Brian Murphy, Mike Kurowski, Brad Tague, Brian Feoney. 
Third Row — Alan Perdigao, Donald Whittle, Mike Hogan, Dave Bouley, Dave Hogan, Paul Gosse- 
lin, Joe Sullivan. 

Boys' Indoor Track 






The Indoor Track Team's performance 
this season was not truly reflected in our 
record of 4 and 5. 

The top scorers for the Maroons were: 
Co-Captains Scott Hayford and Ron 
Evans, Archie McHugh, Rich Gould, Mike 
Kurowski, Dan Sheehan, and seniors Ron 
Maltz, Fred Allen, Mike Fay, and John 
Beasley. 

Archie McHugh set a new school High 
Jump record as did the Mile Relay Team of 
Hayford, Evans, McHugh, and Gould. 

Strong performances turned in by a host 
of Juniors and Sophomores make the 
future quite promising. 





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Girls 7 Gymnastics Team 




Coach Sharon Jeff, Maryellen Bardon, Heidi Binney, Co-captains Jane Miller and Gail Barchey, Janet 
Miller, Janice McCobb, Laurie Ecobacci. Second Row — Marybeth Martin, Doris Roy, Amy Gabriel, 
Nancy Monahan, Cindy Rober, Karen Ganley, Carolyn DiSessa. Third Row — Karen Gustafson, 
Sue Morlino, Kathy Keenan, Laurie Nialon, Sharon Galvin, Chris O'Neil, Kathy Ivil. 



The team improved its overall record 
this season with 4 wins and 5 losses. 
Improvement was evident in every event 
and the team stayed equal with most of 
their opponents throughout their meets. 

Gail Barchey and Jane Miller led the 
team as captains with Sharon Jeffe and 
Lori Ecobacci as coaches. Outstanding 
performers were Carolyn DiSessa with a 
season high of 26.85 points, Gail Barchey 
on bars with a 6.9, and Karen Ganley's 7.1 
on the beam. The entire team performed 
well this season with a record score of 78.0 
against Newton. 







Boys' Gymnastics 




First Row — Kevin Butler, Jack Garrity, Co-captain Mark Sudbey, Co-captain Peter Flanagan, Linus 
Kelly, Ken Gullickson. Second Row — Dave Breen, Frank Palmer, Coach Richard Hayes, Mike 
Sheehan, Ron Carlson, Paul Bagley. 



The Weymouth North Wrestling Team had 
its best season in years. Weymouth North is 
always considered a strong local team, but 
this year it was considered a strong team 
in the state. 

The team was led by Co-Captains Mike 
Doherty and John Gantley. Outstanding 
seniors included Joe Clancy, Mark Silva, Jim 
Dnscoll, Bill Wellock, and Bill Beard. 




Junior Varsity and 
Varsity Wrestling 




Firs! Row — John Doherty, Scott Peterson, Mike Doherty, John Gantly, Tom Plett, David O'Connor. 
Second Row — Jim Driscoll, Joe Clancy, Mark Silva, Bill Beard, Coach Jim Castagnozzi, Dave Bouley, 
Bill Wellock, Jeff Nummelin, Peter Joseph. 




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First Row: Jim Dorman, Doug MacCloud, Rick Donovan, Pat O'Sullivan, Mark Kundicz, Neil 
Sheehan, Paul Hurley, Rick Mills. Second Row: Coach George Ghiorse, Jim Bulens, Steve Bell, Jack 
Balchunas, Gerry Garner, Jim Kundicz, Co-Captain Mike King, Co-Captain Jay Sheehan, Bill Smith, 
John Russo, John Cocce, Coach Robert Donovan. 




The 1977-78 Varsity Hockey Team finished 
fourth in the strong Suburban League with 9 
wins, 5 losses, and 2 ties. Mike King, Rick 
Mills, and Bill Jackson were selected as 
Suburban League All-Stars; and Steve Bell 
and Jay Sheehan completed their third year 
as members of the varsity squad. Most of our 
graduating seniors will be playing at Prep 
Schools and Colleges next year. 



Weymouth North Hockey 







First Row: Richard Comeau, Gary Gervasi, Chris Cignarella, Peter Hanifan, George Presley, Mark 
Kundicz, Jim Lavender — Mgr. Second Row: Coach Mr. Ghiorse, Mike Jennings, Steve Conway, 
Mark Falzone, Ron Harvey, Scott Lovewell, David Bell, Mike Culhane. Third Row: Mike Donaher, 
Ed Gardner, Dave Cahoon, Bill Leonard, Ken Murphy, Gerry Garner. 



Although the win-loss record of this year's 
|V Hockey team was not the best in recent 
seasons, the team played hard and 
improved. Season highlights include a 2-2 
tie with undefeated Quincy and a 3-2 win 
over Weymouth South. Highscorers were 
sophomores Gary Gervasi, Steve Conway, 
and Dan Cole. Steady defense was played by 
juniors Mark Falzone and Bill Leonard and 
sophomores Mark Kundicz and Gerry 
Garner. Jim Bulens and Ron Harvey shared 
most of the goaltending with sophomores 
Mike Donaher and Dave Bell serving as 
back-ups. 





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Girls 7 
Swim 
Team 




1st Row — Carolyn Cunniff, Cathy Given, Nancy MacSherry, Joan Joyce, Sheila Merten, Dawna 
Kelley. 2nd Row — Coach Chip Riley, Mary Kate Donovan, Jeri Cassese, Mickey Healey, Karen Keith, 
Ann Sullivan, Joan Ahem. 3rd Row — Paula Settimelli, Carolyn DiSessa, Heidi Binney, Janet Miller, 
Amy Gabriel, Jane Miller. 4th Row — Chris O'Neil, Kathy Ivil, Lisa Binney, Co-captains Carolyn 
Pruzzi and Chris Cunniff, Julie Horigan, Debbie Lyons. 





In the five year history of girls' swimming 
at North, we have never fielded a more 
enthusiastic and hard working team. Led by 
Co-captains Chris Cunniff and Carolyn 
Peruzzi, the girls showed a never ending 
desire for excellence. 

The team's efforts were rewarded in the 
Suburban League Championships as they 
defeated Newton North for the first time by 
compiling a team record 1 12 points to 
Newton's 108. Amy Gabriel, Janet Miller, 
and Jane Miller captured twelve points at the 
Championships in the one meter diving 
event. All the girls broke the previous team 
record of 199 points for championship 
meets. 



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Kneeling left to right: Doug Trudeau, Paul Cashman, Dan Smith, Jason Edmonds, Paul Greene, 
Clark Welsh. Standing left to right: Mike Grafton, Janeric Lofgren, Paul Mahoney, Tom Evans, Rich 
Hill, Bruce Ivil, Joe Norton. 



Boys' Swim Team 



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Despite a low total in the win column this 
season, the Boys' Swim Team did produce 
three of the best swimmers in the Suburban 
League: Tom Evans, Jason Edmonds, and 
Dan Smith. 

Co-Captain Tom Evans has proven 
himself to be the best 50 yard freestyler and 
100 yard back-stroker in the league. A record 
holder in both events, he will probably also 
capture the League record in both events at 
the upcoming Championships. Jason 
Edmonds was also a Co-Captain on this 
year's squad, and although he was injured 
for over three weeks during the season, 
Jason remained one of the league's best 
freestylers. Dan Smith also had an excellent 
first year competing in the butterfly. 




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Returning this September, it seemed as if 
everything was the same; everything but the 
fact that we were no longer "on the bottom 
of the totem pole." Being experienced in the 
"ways of North/' we knew what this year 
had in store for us — or did we? 



Junior Class Officers 




underclassmen • underclassmen 



How confusing the school seemed at first! The only 
way we could find our way around the school was with 
our noses in our handbooks. Even then we ended up 
against a concrete wall. It was tough getting used to 
being "the youngest" again, and stranger still having 
juniors and seniors in our classes. But somehow we 
managed to survive midyears and school lunches. 
With a few "battle scars" remaining, we prepared for 
our future years at North. 





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335-1170 



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Weymouth, Mass. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Abbott, Kenneth G. "Abe" 

101 Abigail Adams Cir., Weymouth. 

Football, Baseball FP — Forestry 

School. 

Adams, Virginia M. "Ginny" 
48 Bradley Rd., Weymouth. MMM — 
May 1977, FP — Bay Comm. College, 
then move to Virginia. 

Ahern, Joan F. "Joanie" 
130 Sunrise Dr., No. Weymouth. 
Swim Team, Russian Club, Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm. FP — College; 
Dental Hygienist. 

Aitken, Donald J. "Bacon" 
156 Mt. Vernon East, E. Weymouth. 
Tennis, Key Club, Math Team, 
French Club. MMS — "If at first you 
don't succeed, give up. It's easier!" 
FP — College. 

Alexopoulos, John A. "Alex" 
19 Heritage Ln., Weymouth. Base- 
ball, Basketball, Key Club and Latin 
Club. MMS — "Better late than never 
. . ." FP — College. 

Allen, Cynthia S. "Cindy" 
70 Abigail Adams Cr., Weymouth. 
Basketball, Prom Comm., Nominat- 
ing Comm. MMM — May 17, 1976. 
MMS — "Control." FP — U.S. Air 
Force Academy. 

Allen, Frederick W. "Fred" 
40 Emeline Rd. E. Weymouth. Cross 
Country (co-capt.), Winter and 
Spring Track (co-capt.) MMM — The 
time John Beasley put peaches on the 
cafeteria floor, and some girl slipped 
on them. FP — College, Forestry. 

Allie, Norman C. "Freak" 

80 Longwood Rd., Weymouth. MMM 

— Giving away my spaced-out Bach 
album. MMS — "Plastic people — oh 
baby you're such a drag!!" FP — To 
become unified with the moon, stars, 
sun and sounds. 

Almquist, Janet L. "Little Pit" 
58 Mt. Vernon Rd. E. Weymouth. Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm., Prom Comm., 
Rainbow. MMM — California, July 
"77." MMS — "What a Bargain." FP 

— Executive Secretary. 

Almquist, Holly A. "Janet's Twin" 
89 Wessagussett Rd. No. Weymouth. 
MMM — Spilling acid on Frank. 
MMS — "The real in us is silent; the 
acquired is talkative." FP — Nursing. 

Alukonis, Karen M. 
140 Donnellan Cir., No. Weymouth. 
Nat'l Honor Society, Sr. Fund-raising 
Comm. FP — College; Health Care 



Admin. 

Aries, Linda A. 

55 Butler Rd. E. Weymouth. Gymnas- 
tics, Winter and Spring Track, Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm. MMM — Mak- 
ing our own sign language in 
homeroom. Remember Janet??? FP — 
College; Sociology. 

Atwater, John W. 

108 Old Country Way, E. Weymouth. 
Basketball, Track, Football, Key Club 
(treas.), Cap and Gown Comm., Jr. 
Usher. MMM — Beating Brockton 
"76-77." FP — Babson College. 

Bachelder, Kevin B. "Batch" 

59 Church St. No. Weymouth. FP — 

College. 

Bagley, Robert J. 

26 Genevieve Rd., Weymouth. 

Barcella, Laura M. 

13 Pointsettia Ave., Weymouth. 
MMM — A trip to a party Sept. 8, 
1977 at Tops. 

Bardon, Claire L. 

62 Doris Dr., Weymouth. MMM — 
Mrs. Mug's Shower. FP — Special 
Education. 

Barnes, Lauren A. "Laurie" 
25 Lindale Ave. No. Weymouth. Stu- 
dent Council, Gymnastics, Track, 
Cap and Gown. FP — Elementary 
School Teacher. 

Barrett, Susan M. "Sue" 

14 Second St., Weymouth. FP — Col- 
lege; Specialize in Elementary Educa- 
tion. 

Bates, Linda E. "Batsey" 
1814 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
Plays, Concert Choir. MMM — Oct. 
14, 1976. FP — Jr. College for secretar- 
ial work. 

Beard, William A. "Bill" 
65 Hinston Rd. E. Weymouth. Foot- 
ball, Wrestling. MMM — Bad Co. 
Concert. FP — College. 

Beasley, John R. "Beas" 
172 Rinaldo Rd. No. Weymouth. 
Winter and Spring Track, T.V. Club. 
FP — College. 

Bell, Stephen M. "Wally" 
21 Stratford Rd., Weymouth. Base- 
ball, Football, Hockey. FP — College. 

Bennett, Ross A. 

133 Lambert Ave. E. Weymouth. Sr. 
Class Play. FP — Service Band. 

Bettle, Robert D. "Doug" 
174 Heritage Ln., Weymouth. Bas- 
ketball, CYO. MMS — "Hey Mun." 



FP — College. 

Bianco, Thomas A. 

23 Center St. E. Weymouth. FP — 

Trade. 

Bianco, Timothy P. "Bianc's" 
23 Center St. E. Weymouth. Tennis. 
FP — Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment. 

Binney, Lisa R. 

6 Gilmore St., Weymouth. Cheer- 
leader (Co-Capt.), Swim Team, Gym- 
nastics. FP — College. 

Blake, Stephen M. "Blaky" 

17 Canocum Rd., Weymouth. MMS 

— "Enjoy today for tomorrow may be 
worse!" FP — College; to be a chef. 
Basketball, Lacrosse. 

Blazo, John J. "Jack" 

23 Regatta Rd., Weymouth. Ski Club, 

Auto Body. FP — two year technical 

school. 

Boucher, Lyndon M. "Wow" 
175 Jaffrey St. E. Weymouth. 

Bowler, Jane P. "Boogie" 

105 River St. No. Weymouth. FP — 

Bartender. 

Brandolini, Monica A. 
29 Off Station St. Nominating 
Comm., Sr. Fund-raising. MMM — 
April 21, 1977. FP — Executive Secre- 
tary. 

Brennan, Christopher "Chris" 
64 Judith Rd., Weymouth. Working at 
BP Gas Station on Bridge St. MMM — 
June 27, 1977, The Pink Floyd Con- 
cert. FP — Quincy Voc. Tech. to be- 
come an operating room technician. 

Brett, Susan M. "Sue" 

20 Babcock Ave., Weymouth. MMM 

— Summer days and nights at the 
Beachcomber. FP — California. 

Bronson, Vanessa 

12 Volusia Rd. E. Weymouth. 

Brown, Kathleen A. "Kathy" 
92 Wayham Rd. No. Weymouth. 
French Club, Sr. Fund-raising 
Comm., Prom Comm. MMM — 
When I sneezed in Miss Jones' Class. 
FP — modern secretary. 

Brown, Linda J. 

204 Sea. St. "There can be no rainbow 
without a cloud and a storm." FP — 
Fashion Merchandising. 

Brown, Stephen G. 

41 Norton St., Weymouth Golf. FP — 

College. 

Brown, Warren E. "Butch" 

115 Morning Side Path E. Weymouth. 



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FP — Career in Aeronautics. 

Brundle, Steven J. 

28 Swanee Rd. E. Weymouth. 

Bryant, Kathleen M. "Kathy" 

11 Neck St. No. Weymouth. French 
Club, Volunteer at Q.C.H. MMM — 
Getting through Mrs. Cohoon's math 
course. FP — Quincy Voc. Tech. 

Buccella, Cynthia E. "Cindy" 

21 Bay View St., Weymouth. Prom 

Comm., Nominating Comm., Sr. 

Class Play. MMM — The Cape, June 

27, 1977; The Pink Floyd Concert, 

hiding in the Voc. phone booth, 

Graduation. 

Buckley, Linda J. 

28 Brewster Rd., Weymouth. 

Burbank, Barbara A. 

74 Raymond St. E. Weymouth. 

Burke, Brian M. "Burky" 

96 Bluff Rd., Weymouth. Basketball. 

MMM — The summer. FP — Work. 

Burke, Donna I. "Burky" 

5 Hale St., Weymouth. MMS — 

"Meet ya down at Christy's." FP — 

Photographer. 

Burns, Joseph R. "Joe" 

48 Willow Ave., Weymouth. MMM — 

"2:05." 

Bryne, Jean M. 

355 Middle St. E. Weymouth. 

Cady, Andrew H. "Drew" 

54 Eller Rd., Weymouth. Band. FP — 

Find a job. 

Carlson, Eric W. 

3 Friend St. E. Weymouth. Q.P.C., 
Basketball. MMM — Getting my car 
on the road. FP — Wentworth Insti- 
tute. 

Carroll, William F. Jr. "Bill" 
118 Idlewell Blvd. E. Weymouth. 
Share Assoc. MMM — Passing the 
school driving test. FP — Whatever 
comes to mind. 

Carson, Dean F. "Deano" 
401 Green St. No. Weymouth. La- 
crosse, Soccer, Wrestling, Skiing. 
MMM — "The first time I . . ."FP — 
College; Electrical Engineer. 

Carson, Patricia E. "Patti" 
40 K. St. E. Weymouth. MMM - 
Skipping school and going to the 
Cape. FP — Occupational Therapist. 

Carter, Denise 

43 Katherine St. No. Weymouth. FP 
— Flight Attendant. 

Carvell, Elizabeth "Liz" 

12 Pearl St. No. Weymouth. French 
Club. FP — Licensed Practical Nurse. 

( ashman, Paul 

84 Donnellan Cir. No. Weymouth. 
Swim Team; 3 years. FP — College. 



Casna, Brian M. 

160 Sea St. No. Weymouth. 

Cassase, Drew A. 

190 Lake St. E. Weymouth. 

Cassese, Jeri C. 

196 Lake St. E. Weymouth. Swim 
Team, Gymnastics. MMM — May 31. 
FP — College. 

Cataldo, John C. "Chuck" 

164 Wessagusset Rd. No. Weymouth. 

FP — College. 

Cazeault, David P. "Dave" 

605 Bridge St. No. Weymouth. FP — 

College. 

Cesario, Jane M. 

5 Pilgrim Rd., Weymouth. MMM — 
The morning. FP — California. 

Chagnon, Anne M. "Tinkerbell" 

6 Winona Rd., Weymouth. MMM — 
The night of July 4th, 1977! FP — Get 
my diploma for hairstyling. 

Chaisson, Kathleen E. "Kathy" 
64 Weyham Rd., Weymouth. Student 
Council, Enjoys skiing, music, and 
photography. MMM — Austria, Feb. 
1978.. FP — College; Travel 
everywhere. 

Chase, Janice M. 

78 Regatta Rd. No. Weymouth. MMM 

— July "77." FP — Chef, College. 

Chrobak, Douglas J. 

52 Clematis Ave., Weymouth. MMM 

— Floyd. FP — College; Science. 

Cirigliano, Frank A. 

19 Humphrey St., Weymouth 

Clancy, Joseph A. "Joe" 
209 Idlewell Blvd. E. Weymouth. 
Wrestling, Baseball. MMM — Au- 
stria. FP — Pilot. 

Clinton, Susan 

139 Pearl St., Weymouth. FBLA. 
MMM — Riding around in a '59 
Buick. FP — Good Paying job. 

Cocce, John M. "Coach" 

63 Alta Rd. E. Weymouth. Football, 
Hockey, Track, Key Club. MMM — 
Coming back to North High. FP — 
College. 

Cochrane, Christina "Christie" 

64 Unicorn Ave. E. Weymouth. Rain- 
bow, Nat'l Honor Society, Prom 
Comm., Nominating Comm., Tutor- 
ing. MMS — "Oh, for heaven's sake!" 
FP — Medicine. 

Cohen, Leslie K. 

124 Gilbert Rd. E. Weymouth. Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm., Prom Comm. 
MMM — 1977 April Esplanade. MMS 

— "Always remember what to 
forget." FP — Architect of Fashion 
Designer. 

Collett, Nancy E. 



40 Thompson Rd., Weymouth. MMN 

— I'll never forget my '59 Buick. FP — 
Clerk and Travel. 

Concannon, Catherine "Kay" 

75 Lambert Ave. E. Weymouth. MM! 

— "Life is so short so live it up." Fl 

— Secretary and night school. 

Connolly, R. Edward "Ed" 

22 Drew Ave. E. Weymouth. Banc 

Pep Band, Russian Club. MMS - 

"What is — IS best." FP — B.A. i 

Russian for interpretation or teach 

ing. 

Connor, Annemarie T. "A.M." 
86 Prospect Hill Dr., Weymoutr 
Field Hockey, Photography Club 
Nat'l Honor Society, GAPP, Germa 
Club, State Representative, Tutorin 
Comm., Head Lifeguard at Speci; 
Ed. Swim Program. MMM — Fel 
1977 — my month as an exchang 
student in Germany. FP — College 
Marine Biology; Own a Mercede 
Benz. 

Constantino, Christian "Chris" 
14 Off Grove St., Weymouth. Germa 
Club. MMM — 7/25/74. FP — College 

Conway, Mary Jeanne "M.J." 
422 Green St. No. Weymouth 
Softball, Yearbook Staff, School Pla> 
Pep Club. MMM — The day I locke 
everything in, including the keys an 
couldn't get anything out. FP — Vel 
erinary Medicine. 

Cook, Teresa L. "Terry" 

110 Clinton Rd. E. Weymouth. MM> 

— Day I graduate. MMS — "Life i 
what you make of it." FP — Personnt 
Admin. 

Coots, Marion J. 

1291 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 

Costa, John J. "Custa" 
55 Ocean Ave., Weymouth. Aut 
Body. MMM — The day we leave thi 
place. FP — 2 year Tech. School. 

Coughlan, Anita L. 

63 Lindale Ave., Weymouth. 

Countie, Sandra M. "Sandy" 

32 Madison St. E. Weymouth. MMP 

— Walking out the door after the be 
rings and knowing the day is over. 

Coveney, Gregory S. 

21A Memorial Dr. E. Weymouth. 

Crichton, Linda A. 

61 Lochmere Ave., Weymouth. 

Cross, Edwin T. Jr. "Ed" 
32 Pearl St. No. Weymouth. JV. Ba:i 
ketball, Band, Student Council, Co. 1 
cert Choir, Sr. Class Play Distri 
Music Festival, Cap and Gow 
Comm. MMM — Sr. Class Play. MM 

— "For Chrip's Sake." — FP — True 
Driver. 



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Cross, Lisa M. 

16 Beals St. E. Weymouth. Yearbook 
Staff, Cap and Gown Comm. MMM 

— Went to California. FP — Commer- 
cial Artist. 

Cunniff, Christine E. "Chris" 
51 Sandy Way No. Weymouth. Swim 
ream, Nat'l Honor Society, Basket- 
ball. MMM — Summer of 77. FP - 
College. 

Curran, Joanne 

35 Katherine St., Weymouth. Cheer- 
eading, Yearbook. FP — College. 

Currier, Linda S. 

18 Frank Rd., Weymouth. 

Curtin, Barbara M. "Barb" 

19 Prince St., Weymouth. JMSVC, 
Softball, French Club, Nat'l Honor 
Society, Pep Club, Corres. Sec. for 
Honor Society, Team Mascot. MMM 

— Thanksgiving Day. FP — College. 

Curtain, John J. "Jake" 

36 Norton St., Weymouth. Soccer, 
rennis. MMS — "You can put things 
on, but you can't put them on if you 
don't have them." FP — Have my 
Dwn business in Landscaping, and 
House Painting. 

lushman, Eileen M. "Eli" 

15 Marks Rd. E. Weymouth. FP — 

College. 

Dacey, Kimberly A. "Dace, 
<imma" 

103 Seminae Ave. E. Weymouth. Bas- 
ketball. MMM — New Hampshire. FP 

— College. 

Dalto, Anne E. 

132 Neck St., Weymouth. Reflections, 
Sci-fi Club, Nat'l Honor Society, 
Vlath Team. FP — Engineering: Navy 
*OTC. 

Daly, Maureen P. "Mause" 

30 Wilson Ave. E. Weymouth. MMM 

— Getting Mr. Lofgren for a History 
leacher. FP — To be a better detec- 
:ive than Kojak. 

Darrigo, Michael R. "Spanky" 
) Lantern Ln., Weymouth. Football, 
Water & Snow Ski, Handball Work. 
vlMM — My whole life has been a 
nemorable moment. FP — College, 
^OTC, Study Computers. 

Davidson, Ian T. "Rian" 
30 High St. PI. E. Weymouth. La- 
rrosse, Soccer, Key Club, Prom 
Zomm. FP — To be a police officer. 
V1MM — Graduating. 

Davidson, Nancy J. 
W High St. PL E. Weymouth. After 
school wood working. MMM — 
Graduating. FP — Moving South- 
west. 

Dean, Deborah L. "Debbie" 

34 Holdington Cir., Weymouth. Nat'l 



Honor Society, Spring Play, Sci-fi 
Club, Yearbook, Reflections, Latin 
Club. MMM — Winni. FP — Nurse 
RN. 

Delehanty, Jeffery D. 

37 Ericson Rd., Weymouth. 

DeLuca, Paul M. 

167 Lake St. E. Weymouth. Baseball, 
Water and Snow Skiing. MMM — 
Skiing at Wildcat. FP — Going into 
business and making lots of money. 

Dempsey, Michael E. "Zink" 

14 Lyme St., Weymouth. Soccer, 
Tennis, JV. Hockey. MMM — Skiing 
at Wildcat. FP — Wentworth Insti- 
tute; Architecture. 

DeVincent, Paul J. 

26 Second St., Weymouth. Baseball, 
Football. FP — Service. 

Devine, Joseph G. "Dubba" 

15 Elva Rd. No. Weymouth. Hockey, 
Soccer. MMS — "Have a clue?" Andy 
Pratt O.B. FP — College, Business. 

Devine, Teresa "Teri" 

89 Putnam St. E. Weymouth. Cap and 

Gown Comm. MMM — Teddy's 

house and Worlds End. MMS — "I'm 

So Embarrassed!" FP — Executive 

secretary. 

Dewar, Donald R. /'Don" 
106 Donnellan Cir. No. Weymouth. 
Lacrosse, Nat'l Honor Society, Key 
Club. FP — College. 

DeWolfe, Brian D. 

1196 Pleasant St. E. Weymouth. Sr. 
Class Play, Bowling Club, Bike Club. 
MMM — The summer of "77." MMS 

— "Hang in there, things are bound 
to get better." FP — College. 

DiBona, JoAnn "Jo" 
36 Garey St. E. Weymouth. Yearbook 
Staff, Prom Comm., Nominating 
Comm., Gong Show, Sr. Class Play. 
MMM — August "77." FP — Early 
Childhood Education. 

Dillon, David A. 

116 Idelwell Blvd. E. Weymouth. 
Band Sr. Class Play, Played in a pro 
band since the 9th grade. FP — Col- 
lege. 

Doherty, Edward J. "Ed" 

18 Charles St. E. Weymouth. Soccer, 

Hockey. MMM — Class of 1978!!!! FP 

— Air Force. 

Doherty, Michael T. "Spike" 
1 Albert Rd. E. Weymouth. Wres- 
tling, Partying, Motorcycles. MMM 

— Gumball Rally and the day I gradu- 
ate. FP — College, Work, Racing 
Motorcycles. 

Donahue, James J. "Jim" 
103 Cornish St., Weymouth. Wres- 
tling. MMM — Graduating in "78." 



Donald, Susan "Sue" 
1125 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
Basketball, Drums, Softball, Music. 
MMM — The day I started playing in 
the band (not the school band). FP 
Having a good time. 

Donovan, Garry J. 

296 Lake St. E. Weymouth. MMM - 
Honor Roll. FP — Service. 

Donovan, Kathleen "Kathy" 

46 Putnam St. E. Weymouth. Music, 

Basketball, Swimming, Gymnastics. 

MMM — Laughing under a motel 

window for 3 hrs. FP — Registered 

Nurse. 

Doolin, Kenneth W. 
29 Neck St. No. Weymouth. Football, 
Hockey and Baseball. MMM - - Be 
Bop Deluxe — "j-j" j our 

Dorman, James J. "Jim" 

21 Pilgrim Rd., Weymouth. Football, 

Hockey, Tennis. MMS — "CLEF." FP 

— College. 

Downey, Margaret 

27 Holbrook Rd., Weymouth. Explor- 
ers — Sec, Volunteer CCD teacher. 
MMM — May 24, 1976 — anytime 
with Steve. MMS — "You turkey!" FP 

— to open a clothing store. 

Downing, Michael R. 

211 Academy Ave. E. Weymouth. 

Doyle, Debra L. "Deb" 
70 Holmes Ave. No. Weymouth. Stu- 
dent Council, Sr. Fund-raising 
Comm. MMM — Nov. 19, 1977. MMS 

— "Pass it over to me!" FP — Move to 
the country and go to hairdressing 
school. 

Doyle, Julie A. "Jules" 
21 Bicknell Rd. No. Weymouth. Year- 
book (bus. editor), Sr. Nominating 
Comm., Cap and Gown Comm., Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm. MMS — "Re- 
member me . . ." FP — Nursing 
School and Travel. 

Driscoll, James P. "Jim" 

51 Charles Diersch St. E. Weymouth. 

Wrestling. MMM — Aug. of "77." FP 

— College. 

Drummey, Maryann "Mame" 
7 Coolidge Ave., Weymouth. Explor- 
ers. MMS — "I hate That." FP — 
Nursing. 

Dwyer, Alan W. 

28 Humphrey St., Weymouth. 

Eaton, Neil T. 

696 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 

Eby, Susan W. 

575 Broad St. E. Weymouth. 

Edmonds, Jason T. "J." 

364 North St. No. Weymouth. Swim 

Team. MMM — Sept. 1, 1977. FP — 

College. 



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Eldridge, Nancy R. 

49 Massasoit Rd., Weymouth. MMM 

— The Pink Floyd Concert. 

Elias, Theresa M. 

69 Madison Ave. E. Weymouth. 

Evans, Ronald J. "Ron" 
15 Clinton Rd. E. Weymouth. Cross 
Country (co-capt), Indoor Track (co- 
capt), Baseball, Nat'l Honor Society 
(v-pres), Key Club (sec), Jr. Usher, 
Newspaper. MMS — "Someday it 
will pay off." FP — College. 

Evans, Thomas J. "Tom" 

44 Iron Hill St. E. Weymouth. Swim 
Team. MMM — Winning the Surbur- 
ban League Champion Meet. MMS — 
"Don't Rust." FP — College. 

Evirs, Carol A. 

17 Greenvale Ave., Weymouth. 

Falletti, Cheryl A. "Crick" 

171 Pearl St. No. Weymouth. MMM 

— March 17, 1977 — at 9:00. FP — 2 
yr. Business School (Legal Secretary). 

Fay, Michael D. "Mike" 
59 Charles Diersch St. E. Weymouth. 
Lacrosse, JV. Hockey. MMM — Labor 
Day "77." FP — Law Enforcement. 

Feeney, Thomas F. "Tom" 
428 Green St. No. Weymouth. Base- 
ball. MMM — Still waiting. FP — 
Business Career. 
Ferrante, Maryann 

106 Puritan Rd. E. Weymouth. 
Newspaper Staff, Concert Choir. 
MMM — When I went to Italy with 
my family in 1975. FP — College — 
Elementary Education. 

Files, Donna E. 

36 Emerson St. E. Weymouth. Riding 
Club, Nat'l Honor Society. MMM — 
April 11, 1976. FP — Animal Science 
at U. Mass. Amherst. MMS — "Huh, 
Ugly?" 

Findlay, Roberta C. "Robi" 

45 Birchcliff Rd. E. Weymouth. Rus- 
sian Club. MMM — The Dave Mason 
Concert. FP — International Inter- 
pretator. 

Fitzgerald, Kerry J. 
215 East St. E. Weymouth. Basketball, 
Tennis, Sr. Fund-raising Comm., Cap 
and Gown Comm. MMM — Gradua- 
tion Day of "76." FP — Traveling and 
School. 

Flanagan, Kathleen M. "Kathy" 
57 Lorraine St. E. Weymouth. Nat'l 
Honor Society, Cap and Gown 
Comm. MMM — Working as an elf on 
Halloween. FP — Business Manage- 
ment. 

Flanagan, Peter J. "P.J." 
10 Rindge St. E. Weymouth. Gymnas- 
tics (co-capt), Track. MMS — "Life is 
what you make of it." FP — Wildlife 



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Management. 

Fleming, Michael P. "Mike" 

117 Wilson Ave., Weymouth. FP — 

Moving out of Mass. 

Flynn, Patricia A. "Patti" 
107 Oak Rindge Cir. E. Weymouth. 
Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer, 
Track. FP — College, Animal Hus- 
bandry. 

Forrest, Beth 

132 Lorraine St. E. Weymouth. MMM 

— The Bob Seger Concert. FP — Col- 
lege, Business Management; Travel, 
Go to Africa. 

Fortnam, Philip A. "Phil" 
18 Gilbert Rd. E. Weymouth. Auto 
Body, Russian Club. MMM — Being 
terrified when I entered the tenth 
grade. FP — College, Disc Jockey or 
Coast Guard. 

Fox, Peter F. Jr. 

66 Rosemont Rd., Weymouth. MMM 

— Leaving school. FP — Law En- 
forcement, State Police. 

Foy, Virginia D. "Ginny" 
90 Anthony Rd. E. Weymouth. Ski 
Club, Yearbook (co-lit. editor), Gong 
Show, Sr. Class Play, Sr. Fund- 
raising Comm., Sailing, Dancing. 
MMM — Feb. 11, 1977; and all the 
times down Kingsbury Beach and in 
Rochester N.H. FP — I'm gonna "Go 
For It!" 

Gaeta, Tammy M. 

3 Manomet Rd., Weymouth. Track, 
Newspaper staff. MMM — Seeing 
David, Dec. 25. FP — Air Force — 
College. 

Gallagher, John J. "Jack" 

90 Abigail Adams Cir., Weymouth. 

Football, Baseball, Sailing Team, Ski 

Club. MMM — Wed. May 11, 1977; 

5:55 p.m. FP — College, Wildlife and 

Forestry. 

Gamble, Cynthia J. "Cindy" 
58 Anthony Rd. E. Weymouth. Cheer- 
leading, Sr. Nominating Comm., 
Prom Comm. MMM — Aug. 17, 1977. 
FP — College. 

Ganley, Karen P. 

69 Swanee Rd. E. Weymouth. Gym- 
nastics (capt), Russian Club, Sanciars 
Drum and Bugle Corps. MMM — 
Aug. 17, 1977; Colorado. MMS — 
"That'll do it." FP — College. 

Gantley, John J. II 

92 Mt. Vernon West, E. Weymouth. 
Wrestling. MMM — Hasn't come yet. 
MMS — "Do you got the 
homework?" FP — Living. 

Garbarczuk, Leslie J. 
71 Elva Rd. No. Weymouth. Cross 
Country, Winter Track, Spring Track, 
Spanish Club, Jr. Class Play, Riding 



Club, Sr. Fund-raising Comm., Band, 
Auto Body after school. MMM — 
Summer of "77." FP — College. 

Garbarczuk, Stephanie A. 
71 Elva Rd. No. Weymouth. Cross f 
Country (capt), Winter Track, Spring 
Track, Band, Sr. Class Play, Jr. Class 
Play, Auto Body after school. MMM 
— Breaking my leg. FP — College. 

Gardiner, Denise L. 

16 Howland Rd., Weymouth. After 

school program, Compugraphics. 1 

MMM — Down the Cape during the 

summer of "77." FP — Traveling and 

work. 

Gardner, Pamela "Pam" 

11 Hilltop Rd., Weymouth. Math 

Team, Spanish Club. FP — College. 

Garrity, John T. "Jack" 
282 Middle St. E. Weymouth. Gym- 
nastics, Sr. Class Play, Yearbook 
(co-Editor), Weymouth Park Dept. 
Gym Program, Concert Choir, New 
England Clinic, Bicentenial Produc- 
tion, Jr. Class Play. MMM — "The 
Clinic." FP — College — 
Accounting/Pre-Law/Gov't Services. 

Gatto, Michael J. "Mickey" 
1601 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
MMM — "Ride with the tide and go 
with the flow." FP — Become a Elec- 
trician. 

Geddes, David W. "Ged" 
452 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. ' 
Winter Track. MMM — Austria "77." 
FP — College. 

Gentile, Evelyn M. "Lynn" 
44 Emeline Rd. E. Weymouth. Track, 
Sr. Fund-raising Comm. Cap and 
Gown Comm., Ski Club, Latin Club. 
FP — College, Dental Hygienst. 

George, Patricia A. "Patti" 
196 Evans St., Weymouth. Pep Club, 
Reflection Staff, Spanish Club, Prom 
Comm., Tennis Team. FP — College, 
a career in Fashion Design. 

Giampietro, Nancy E. "Nanci, The 
Strawberry Kid" 

75 Hawthorne St. E. Weymouth. Pep 
Club, Yearbook Staff. MMM — 
Summer of "77." MMS — "Neil 
Diamond is a gem." "T.G.I.F." FP — 
Go to California. 

Gillis, Theressa A. 

33 Puritan Rd., Weymouth. Swim 
Team, Spanish Club, Sr. Class Play. 
FP — Fashion Merchandising or; 
Teaching Home Ec. 

Goggin, Kathy M. 

40 Saunders St., Weymouth. Jr. Class 
(v-pres), Final Exam Comm., Ski 
Club, French Club. MMM — Austria. 
FP — Lab Technician. 

Gomez, Peter Michael 



53 Elva Rd. No. Weymouth. Wres- 
tling, Baseball. FP — Lawyer. 

Gooch, Susan M. "Gooch" 
781 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
MMS — "Later, much." FP — To re- 
form the plastic necks who dominate 
life. 

Gorham, Robert J. "Bob" 
9 Off Station St. E. Weymouth. Ger- 
man Club, FLIC. MMM — Asking 
Mr. McDonald when are we going to 
discect??? FP — Biology. 

Gould, Richard S. "Rich" 

8 Revere Rd., Weymouth. Winter 
Track, Spring Track. MMM — Mak- 
ing High Honors in the 11th grade. 
MMS — "Hey Turkey." FP — Col- 
lege. 

Gould, Theresa E. "Terri" 
45 Iron Hill Rd. E. Weymouth. Ski 
Club. MMM — The day I got out of 
my Geometry class in my sophomore 
year. FP — Business Admin. 

Graceffa, Philip M. "Phil" 
31 Fiske Ave. E. Weymouth. Wres- 
tling, Gong Show, Hamlet, Student 
Homeroom Rep., Key Club. MMM — 
Making High Honors four terms in a 
row. FP — College. 

Grafton, Stephen D. "Steve" 
38 Morningside Path E. Weymouth. 
Wrestling. MMM — Flunking My 
Drivers' Test. FP — Landscaping. 

Grant, Mary K. "Baaah" 

148 Hibiscus Ave. E. Weymouth. Cap 

and Gown Comm. MMM — Hanneb- 

ury's 5th period study "75." FP — 

Journalism. 

Gray, Cynthia A. "Sid" 

24 Rosalind Rd., Weymouth. Prom 

Comm., MMM — M.K.'s gas cap and 

Pink Floyd Concert. MMS — 

"Yeeahh!!" FP — College, Special 

Education. 

Gray, Thomas F. "Tom" 
76 Mt. Vernon East, E. Weymouth. 
Football, Sailing Team. MMM — Tel- 
ling Miss Cooksey she is boring. FP 
— College, Engineering. 

Greene, Catherine A. "Kate" 

9 High St. E. Weymouth. MMM — 
When Stephen (from the nursery 
school) made it up the slide by him- 
self. FP — College, Early Childhood 
Education. 

Grogan, Cheryll M. 
140 Mt. Vernon East, E. Weymouth. 
Basketball. MMM — Summer of "77". 
MMS — "Yeeahh!!" FP — Art School. 

Gullicksen, Kenneth A. "Ken" 
3 Colasanti Rd. No. Weymouth. 
Gymnastics. FP — College. Marine 
Biology. 



Gumpright, Gayle B. "Gump" 

25 Dwyer Rd. E. Weymouth. Spring 
Track, FBLA, Winter Track. MMM — 
May 14, 1976. MMS — "Right Ugly," I 
remember. FP — Business. 

Gurnett, Clare M. "Shorty" 
15 Lafayette Ave. E. Weymouth. 
Yearbook Staff, Sr. Class Play, Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm., Cheerleading. 
MMM — Riding around in a laundry 
cart in the halls. FP — Dance Instruc- 
tor. 

Gutterson, Paul D. "Gut" 

9 Reidy Rd. E. Weymouth. MMS — 

"That's Life." FP — Culinary School. 

Haley, Lynn A. "Giggles" 

183 B King Ave., Weymouth. MMM 

— When I changed from South to 
North. FP — College, Business. 

Hall, Neil S. 

80 Endicott St. E. Weymouth. Winter 
and Spring Track. MMM — Blowing 
up test tubes in Mr. Gregory's room. 
FP — Major in Marketing. 

Hanifan, Kelli J. 

26 Grant St. E. Weymouth. Gymnas- 
tics, Cheerleader, Sr. Class Play, Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm., Nominating 
Comm. MMM — Denver "77." MMS 

— "Don't start on me." FP — Physical 
Therapy. 

Hankard, Mary-Ann "Maria" 
131 Clinton Rd. E. Weymouth. 
Chorus, Debate, JMSVC, Reflections, 
Yearbook, Sci-fi Club. MMM — My 
poetry being published in The 
Weymouth News. FP — College. 

Hargadon, Gregory P. "Harts" 
72 Veronica Ln. E. Weymouth. Key 
Club (pres), Student Council (v-pres), 
Coffee and Donuts, Winter and 
Spring Track, CYO. MMS — "Take it 
easy, but take it." FP — Policeman. 

Harrison, Maureen F. "Moe" 
203 Wessagussett Rd. No. 
Weymouth. Cap and Gown Comm. 
MMM — New Years Eve 76-77. MMS 

— "Hurry up we're late!" FP — Col- 
lege, Human Services. 

Haskins, Elizabeth A. "Betsy" 
4 Wessagussett Rd. No. Weymouth. 
FBLA, German Club. FP — College, 
Airline Stewardess or Cruise Direc- 
tor. 

Hastry, Stephen J. "Hass" 

208 Green St. No. Weymouth. FP — 

Undecided. 

Hause, Neil R. "Porcupine" 
58 Weyham Rd. No. Weymouth. 
MMS — "Where am I." FP — I plan to 
hunt pigeons in the Orient. 

Hayes, Mark J. 

63 Squanto Rd., Weymouth. Spanish 
Club (treas), Wessagussett Yacht 



Club, Sr. Class Play, 4th grade CCD 
teacher, Sailing, Scuba Diving, 
Travel, Meditation. MMM — Winter 
of 76/77, "yet I did not die, but grew; 
Truly, THANK YOU so much Char- 
lie." FP — Ph.D. in Psychology; hal- 
cyon days. 

Hayford, Scott R. "Stretch" 
2 Winstead Rd. E. Weymouth. Winter 
and Spring Track, Cross Country. 
MMM — Winning 1st place in the 
Mass. State Coaches Relay for the 
long jump. MMM — "When you're 
down and out, listen to some Pink 
Floyd." FP — College Computer Pro- 
gramming. 

Hayward, Robin M. "Bun" 
103 King Cove Beach No. Weymouth. 
Track. MMM — Trip to Virginia with 
Ginny Adams. FP — Working with 
the Handicapped. 

Heger, Karen A. 

18 Bicknell Rd. No. Weymouth. Year- 
book Staff, School Decorating Comm. 
MMM — The Bad Comp. Concert. 
MMS — "What's Up?" FP — Labor- 
ing Artist. 

Hemeon, Brian K. 

20 Maple St. E. Weymouth. 

Hemingway, Kimberly A. "K" 
391 Broad St. E. Weymouth. Swim- 
ming, Soccer, Track. MMM — Feb. 
16, 1977. FP — Med. Assistance. 

Hesson, Robin A. 

1 John Quincy Ln., Weymouth. Rid- 
ing Club. MMM — The Black Out. FP 
— College. 

Hogan, Teresa M. "Terri" 

126 Thompson Rd., Weymouth. 

MMM — Oct. 17, 1977. FP — Work. 

Hogue, Mitchell A. "Mitch" 
35 Leslie Rd., Weymouth. MMM — 
The Jethro Concert. MMS — "So — 
You ride yourselves over the fields 
and you make all your animal deals, 
and your wiseman don't know how it 
feels to be as Thick As A Brick." 

Hoitt, Therese M. "Terri" 
1120 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
Band, Marching, Pit Orchestra, Sr. 
Class Play. MMM — Summer of "77." 
FP — Physical Therapist Asst. 

Holmes, Christopher F. "Chris" 
47 Candia St. E. Weymouth. Spanish 
Club, Ski Club. MMS — "Don't let it 
be forgot that the SHED is the #1 
spot." FP — Business School, Avia- 
tion, Skiing, Traveling. 

Holt, Glenn F. "Afro-dite" 
Reflections Debate Team. MMM — 
Laughing at the kids who walked out. 
FP — College Theological School, The 
Ministry. 



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Horrigan, Julie M. "Red" 
31 Harlem Rd., Weymouth. Swim 
Team. FP — Business; Teach the 
Handicapped to swim. 

Hubbell, Troy C. "Doc" 
110 Chard St. E. Weymouth. Spanish 
Club, Ski Club. MMS — "To the 
SHED we go . . ." FP — School. 

Hurley, Robert T. "Hurl" 
21 Maple St. E. Weymouth. MMM — 
The last day of school. FP — To hunt 
and capture the Elucive Beaver for fun 
and profit. 

Hurson, Stephen J. "Steve" 
52 Lochmere Ave., Weymouth. Sr. 
Class Play. MMM — Can't be printed. 
FP — Technical Director for Televi- 
sion. 

Hutchinson, Linda A. "Hutch" 
17 Hanian Dr. E. Weymouth. Basket- 
ball, Softball, Prom Comm., Year- 
book. MMM — Wed. May 11, 1977 at 
5:55 p.m. FP — Aquinas Jr. College; 
Legal Secretary. 

Ivil, Bruce A. "Turk" 

83 Putnam St. E. Weymouth. MMM 

— The 9th grade; crashing up my fa- 
ther's truck. FP — Electrician. 

Jackson, William J. "Bill" 
41 Alta Rd. E. Weymouth. Football, 
Hockey, Spring Track, Listening to 
Dylan, Playing my harmonica. MMM 

— Birches' Riot (CRAZY). MMS — 
"I'm as free as a bird now, and this 
bird you can not change." FP — To 
rule the MIDDLE EARTH. 

Jacques, Anthony J. "Tony" 
10 A Memorial Dr. E. Weymouth. 
MMS — "Go Big Baby or go home." 
FP — College. 

Jacques, Suzette E. "Sue" 
7 Pecksuot Rd., Weymouth. Cap and 
Gown Comm. MMM — Car accident 
in "76." MMS — "Ya, Really." FP — 
Court Reporter. 

Jennings, Elaine M. 
38 Idlewell St. E. Weymouth. French 
Club, JMSVC, Sr. Class Play, Field 
Hockey, Soccer, Concert Choir, Re- 
flections, Math Team, Swim Team, 
CCD Teacher. MMM — Working at 
Yumka. MMS — "Really." FP — Col- 
lege, Marine Biology. 

Jessup, Donna L. 

274 Neck St. No. Weymouth. MMM 
- Nov. 24, 1976. FP — Secretarial 
Work and College. 

fohnson, Richard J. "Flick" 
119 Green St. No. Weymouth. Hock- 
ey, Work at McDonalds. MMM — 
[cthro Tull "77." FP — To make some 
bucks. 

Johnson, Richard S. "Stoney" 

Addington Cir. E. Weymouth. 



Stage Hand, Key Club, Jr. Usher. 
MMM — Being a Jr. Usher. FP — Ar- 
chitect. 

Johnson, Sherry L. 

32 Idlewell Blvd. E. Weymouth. Rid- 
ing Club. MMM — The first day of 
my Sophomore year. FP — Unde- 
cided. 

Joyce, Joan M.E. "Joannie" 
364 Neck St. No. Weymouth. Swim 
Team, Tennis, Spanish Club (v- 
pres.), Cap and Gown Comm. MMM 
— Summer of "76." MMS — "I'm 
only kidding!" FP — College, Busi- 
ness School Airlines. 

Kane, Rosemary "Rosie" 

556 Essex St. E. Weymouth. MMM — 

Trip to Innsbrook, Austria. FP — 

Nursing. 

Kaszuba, Edward J. 

21 Gale Rd. E. Weymouth. 

Kearney, Anne J. 

4 Bradley Rd., Weymouth. Sr. 
Nominating Comm., Student Coun- 
cil. 

Keegan, Maryellen "Keegs" 
64 Charles Diersch St. E. Weymouth. 
French Club, FLIC, Sr. Nominating 
Comm., Prom Comm., Sr. Fund- 
raising Comm. MMM — Pulling 
Cathi out of the traffic on the way to 
Schaeffer Stadium. FP — Nursing. 

Keith, Barbara J. "Barb" 
29 Rosalind Rd. No. Weymouth. Stu- 
dent Council, Student Gov't Day 
Rep., Student Advisory Comm., 
Prom Comm., Cap and Gown 
Comm., Sr. Fund-raising Comm., Sr. 
Class Vice-Pres. FP — Aquinas Jr. 
College, Legal Secretary. 

Keith, Monica J. 

122 Candia Rd. E. Weymouth. Year- 
book Staff, Cap and Gown Comm., 
Soccer, Sr. Fund-raising Comm. 
MMM — M.D.P. . . . MMS — "No 
Problem." FP — College, San Benito. . 

Kelly, Daniel J. "Dan" 

11 Grandview Rd. No. Weymouth. 

Kelly, Linus J. 

842 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
Math Team, Gymnastics, Cross 
Country, Tennis, Photography Club, 
Key Club, Nat'l Honor Society, Year- 
book Staff. MMM — 1960. FP — Col- 
lege. 

Kennedy, Barbara J. 

37 Idlewell Blvd. E. Weymouth. Nat'l 

Honor Society, Yearbook Staff. FP — 

Secretary. 

Kerr, Janet L. 

1021 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 
French Club, Nat'l Honor Society, 
Winter Track, Girl Scouts, Southeast- 
ern Philharmonic Orchestra, 



Y.M.C.A. MMM — Summer of "77." 
FP — B.S.N. , Fitchburg State College. 

Kilday, Robert B. 

75 Great Hill Dr. No. Weymouth. 

King, Michael "Mike" 
63 Great Hill Dr. No. Weymouth. 
Hockey, 3 yrs. FP — College, Busi- 
ness. 

Kinsley, Christine A. "Chris" 
60 Fuller Rd. No. Weymouth. Prom 
Comm., Member of Who's Who 
Among Amer. High School Students. 
MMM — A night in Sir Alowacious 
Pit. FP — Work. 

Krai, Marie F. "Peanut" 

15 Bicknell Rd. No. Weymouth. 

MMM — Under the bandroom in the 

morning. 

Kreitman, Maureen E. "Moe" 
80 Evans St., Weymouth. Sr. Class 
Play, Concert Choir, New England 
Music Festival. MMM — Welcome to 
America. FP — Public Relations. 

Kundzicz, James K. "Jim" 
43 Sunrise Dr. No. Weymouth. Hock- 
ey. MMM — Aug. 6 of "77." FP — 
College. 

Ledwell, Donna M. 

4 Lillian Rd. E. Weymouth. MMM — 

April and August "77." FP — Airline 

Stewardess. 

Leonard, Lana L. 

47 Pleasentview Ave., Weymouth. 
Riding Club, Decorating Comm. 
MMM — Working at the Navy Base. 
FP — L.P.N. 

Leone, Carla Marie 
47 Shawmut St. E. Weymouth. Con- 
cert Choir, Nat'l Honor Society, 
Band, Solo Festival, District Festival, 
New England Music Festival, Sr. 
Class Play, Debate Team, French 
Club, Youth Fellowship, Church Bas- 
ketball. MMM — Winning my Music 
Trophy on Feb. 12, 1977. FP — Music 
Therapy. 

Loadman, Eric C. 

75 Sea St. No. Weymouth, Jr. and Sr. 
Class Plays, Soccer. MMM — Snow 
Storms of "78." MMS — "And now 
the end is near . . ." FP — College. 

Lopez, Gilbert C. "Gil" 
3 Pecksuot Rd. No. Weymouth. Soc- 
cer. FP — College, Medical Techni- 
cian. 

Lopez, William "Bill" 
3 Pecksuot Rd. No. Weymouth. Soc- 
cer. MMM — Beating Brockton 2-1. 
MMS — "Stayin' Alive. FP — Col- 
lege, Computers. 

Lowell, Robert A. "Bob" 
21 Carroll St. E. Weymouth. Soccer, 
Tennis. MMM — The day after the 
prom, down the Cape in "77." 



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Lucas, Donna L. 

57 Sundin Rd., Weymouth. Big Sis- 
ter. MMM — The summer of "77" and 
my senior year. FP — College, Fash- 
ion Design. 

Lucas, Susanne "Sue" 
18 Drew Ave. E. Weymouth. Sr. 
Nomincating Comm., Cap and Gown 
Comm., Sr. Fund-raising Comm. 
MMM — Watching Maryellen pull 
Cathi out of the traffic on our way to 
Schaeffer Stadium. FP — Secretary. 

Lydek, JoAnn A. 

78 Pleasentview Ave., Weymouth. 
Project part Time, Summer Program. 
MMM — Getting my license and the 
summer of "77." FP — Getting a job 
in Boston. 

Lynskey, Edward W. 

165 Lake Shore Dr. E. Weymouth. 

Lyons, Deborah M. "Debbie" 
21A Joseph Fern Ct. E. Weymouth. 
Swim Team, Prom Comm. MMM — 
6/9/77. MMS — "You Twinkie." FP — 
College, Medical Lab Technician. 

MacDonald, Jo 

MacDonald, Joyce A. 
20 Lyme St., Weymouth. Nat'l Honor 
Society (pres), Reflections (co-editor), 
Field Hockey, Tennis, Spanish Club, 
Math Team, Sr. Fund-raising Comm. 

MacDonald, William D. "Bill" 
14 Donnellan Cir. No. Weymouth. 
Work Experience. MMM — Lousy 
Lunches and The Walkout. FP — 
Franklin Institute. 

MacDougall, Dianne N. 

27 Swanne Rd. E. Weymouth. MMM 

— Haven't had it yet. FP — Hairdres- 

sing. 

MacLarty, James P. "Jim" 
14 Cresent Rd., Weymouth. Working 
at Convienient. MMM — Austria Ski 
Trip. FP — CP. A. 

MacLaskey, Susan M. "Babs" 
35 Holmberg Rd., Weymouth. Band, 
Cross Country. MMS — "Someone 
save my life tonight." FP — Hairdres- 
sing School. 

Maconochie, Richard J. "Mad Dog" 
91 River St., Weymouth. Football, La- 
crosse. MMM — Be-Bop "77," "Coltie 
Power." FP — College. 

Madden, Laura J. 

138 Lorraine St. E. Weymouth. 

Maggiore, Richard K. 

40 Riley Ave. E. Weymouth. 

Mahoney, Michael 
Newton Ct., Weymouth. 

Mahoney, Paul J. "A.J." 
109 Candia St. E. Weymouth. Soccer, 
Lacrosse, Swim Team, CYO Basket- 
ball, Key Club, Handicapped Swim 



Program. MMM — Going to CM. for 
hoop playoffs, E.J. Concert. FP — Col- 
lege. 

Maimaron, Laurie J. 

35 Holmes Ave., Weymouth. MMM 

— "Graduation would definately be 
my most memorable moment." FP — 
College, Professional Dancer. 

Maltz, Ronald K. "Ron-Ronnie" 
328 North St. No. Weymouth. Cross 
Country, Winter and Spring Track, 
Band. FP — Naval or Air Force Ser- 
vice Academy. 

Mangone, Ronald D. "Ron" 

18 Second Street, Weymouth. MMM 

— Trip to Austria. 

Marani, John A. 

104 Pleasentview Ave. E. Weymouth. 
Ski Club, Work. MMM — The Black 
Sabbath Concert. FP — College, En- 
gineering. 

Marcel, Michael T. "Moose" 

26 Abigail Adams Cir., Weymouth. 

Football, Swimming, Hockey. MMM 

— Aug. 27, 1977. FP — College. 

Marini, David F. 

57 Village Rd. E. Weymouth. 

Marini, Janice J. "Janny" 
486 East St. E. Weymouth. MMM — 
Weekends. FP — To travel around the 
U.S. in a Winnabago. 

Martin, Michael J. "Captain Light- 
foot" 

48 Church St. E. Weymouth. FP — 
Multimillionaire before the age of 27. 

Mascaro, Donna M. 
73 Witawaumet Rd., Weymouth. 
Work at Tagway Shoes. MMM — 
Graduation from North. FP — ■ Col- 
lege, Fashion Merchandising. 

Matthes, Linda M. 

331 Broad St. E. Weymouth. 

McAndrews, Russell R. 
89 B Memorial Dr. E. Weymouth. 
Math Team, German Club, Vol- 
leyball. MMM — Going to Church. FP 
— - Visit "Middle Earth." 

McBurnie, Geraldine "Gigi" 

49 Katherine St. No. Weymouth. 
Prom Comm., Nominating Comm. 
MMM — Austria, Graduation Day 
and Night. FP — Travel. 

McCarthy, Catherine "Cathi" 
37 Drew Ave. E. Weymouth. Spanish 
Club (tres), FLIC, French Club, 
Yearbook (artist), Sr. Fund-raising. 
MMM — Being pulled out of traffic by 
Maryellen on the way to Schaeffer 
Stadium. FP — Fashion Design. 

McCauley, Theresa J. "Terri" 

35 Sabamore Rd., Weymouth. FP — 

Teaching Nursery School. 

McCloskey, James W. "Pottsie" 



10 Evans St., Weymouth. Ski Club, 
FLIC. MMM — Ski Trip with the 
school. FP — Go into business and 
open my own McDonalds by the age 
of 27. 

McCobb, Patricia M. 

75 Rinaldo Rd. No. Weymouth. 

McConkey, Richard F. "Rock" 
20 Elva Rd. No. Weymouth. Sr. Class 
Pres., Jr. Class Pres., Student Advi- 
sory to the School Comm. MMM — 
The first time I ate solid food, I 
thought you inhaled it like all the 
previous baby food I was fed. MMS 

— "Maintain." FP — College. 

McCulloch, Bonnie L. 
42 Intervale Rd., Weymouth. Jr. Class 
Tres. MMM — The first and the last 
day of school. FP — Music School. 

McDonald, Christine "Chris" 
39 Great Hill Dr. No. Weymouth. 
Cross Country, Track, Bowling. 
MMM — School Vacations. FP — 
Physical Therapist. 

McDonald, Gregory J. "Mica, Greg" 
101 Fuller Rd. No. Weymouth. Hock- 
ey. MMM — When I put dead gras- 
shoppers on Gorham's Back. 

McDonald, Karen E. 
66 Norton St., Weymouth. FP — Col- 
lege or Business School. 

McDonnell, Kevin F. "Mac" 
69 Gale Rd., Weymouth. Key Club, 
Lacrosse. MMM — Dennisport "76." 
FP — Doctor. 

McDonough, Kim D. 

134 Clinton Rd. E. Weymouth. MMM 

— June 11, 1976. FP — Hairdressing. 

McGrath, Catherine M. 

50 Johnson Rd., Weymouth. 

McGrath, Sue M. "Rani" 
50 Johnson Rd., Weymouth. I love 
horses and dogs. MMM — The time I 
saw a calf bom. FP — Assistant Vet- 
erinarian. 

McHugh, Michael J. 
61 Hill St., Weymouth. Camera Club, 
Key Club, Yearbook Staff. MMM — 
Austria "77." FP — College. 

Mclntyre, Marianne "Mac" 
77 Brae Rd. No. Weymouth. Basket- 
ball, Softball, Soccer, Sr. Fund-raising 
Comm. MM — H.H.H. FP — College. 

McKay, Lois J. 

329 Green St. No. Weymouth. FP — 
Two Year College. 

McKinnon, Marie J. "Rocky" 
18 Willow Ave., Weymouth. Riding 
Club, Basketball, Swimming, Biking. 
MMM — The day I graduate. FP — 
Hotel Management. 

McKinnon, Robert Jr. 

71 Beal St. , Weymouth. FP — Colleee 



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McMahon, Michael J. "Mike" 
17 Greenvale Ave., Weymouth. Rus- 
sian Club (pres), FLIC. 

McMannus, Matthew J. "Matt" 

50 Caldwell St., Weymouth. FP — 
College. 

McNally, Robert L. "Bob" 
32 Glen Rd. Weymouth. Baseball. 
MMM — The last day of Miss Cook- 
sey's Chemistry class in my junior 
year. FP — College. 

McNamee, Lisa M. 

1647 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 

McSweeney, Lois A. "Lola" 

14 Holmes Ave., Weymouth. MMM 

— Austria. MMS — "It's the pits." FP 

— College for Criminal Justice. 

McSweeney, Michael E. 

25 Birchbrow Ave., Weymouth. 

McWalter, William J. "Bill" 
54 Off Wharf St. E. Weymouth. Band. 
MMS — "Mr. B Will lead us to wa- 
ter!" FP — To pursue a career in en- 
tertainment after college. 

Melanson, Sandra J. "Sandi" 

12 Curtis St., Weymouth. MMS — 

"Oh Well." FP — Work. 

Melody, James M. 

30 Priscilla Cir. E. Weymouth. Soccer, 
JV. Basketball, Key Club (v-pres). 
MMM — Nov. 2, 1977. FP — College. 

Merrill, Judith A. "Judi" 

148 Chard St. E. Weymouth. Tennis, 

Winter Track. FP — College. 

Metcalf, Gayle M. "Moony, Moon 
Dunes" 

29 Johnson Rd. No. Weymouth. FP — 
Getting out of Mass. and owning a 
Hot Rod. 

Miller, Daniel E. 

51 Pearl St. No. Weymouth. 

Mills, Richard F. "Millsie" 
45 David's Island Rd. Weymouth. 
Soccer. Hockey. MMM — Every game 
I've played in soccer and hockey for 
Wey. North. FP — College, and play- 
ing either soccer or hockey. 

Mills, Todd H. "Toad" 
195 Lake Shore Dr. E. Weymouth. 
Baseball. MMS — "Life is the day to 
day to day living of it." MMM — Mr. 
Abbott's homeroom in our Jr. Year. 
FP — College, and hopefully a career 
in writing. 

Minahan, Nancy E. 

50 St. Anne Rd. E. Weymouth. Nat'l 

Honor Society, Prom Comm. MMM 

— Nov. 17 and Jan. 1. FP — College. 

Moody, Stephen E. "Mood" 

422 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 

Band. FP — College, Music Career. 

Moore, Donald E. "Duck" 



122 Weyham Rd. No. Weymouth. 
Football. Woody Allen Fan Club. 
MMS — "You can have your cake and 
eat it too!" FP — Navigator. 

Moors, Kenneth L. "Fred" 

493 Essex St. E. Weymouth. Tennis, 

Band. MMS — "The way you wander 

is, The day you choose, The day you 

tarry is, The day you lose." FP — 

Work. 

Moran, Karen M. 

36 South Ave., Weymouth. FP — Not 
Sure. 

Moran, Mary C. "Mare" 
59 Old Country Way, Weymouth. 
MMM — July 4, the summer of "77." 
FP — Business School, Secretary. 

Morgan, Lois J. 

30 Cedar St. Weymouth. Work in the 
Child Career Center. FP — College 
and work at Sears and Roebuck. 

Morris, Maureen E. "Mona, Mo, 
Reenie" 

38 Riley Ave. E. Weymouth. Ski 
Club. FP — College, Dental Assistant. 

Morse, Dennis G. 

33 Middle St. E. Weymouth. 

Morse, Dianna M. "Deda" 
11 Pecksuot Rd. No. Weymouth. Sr. 
Class Play, Prom Comm. MMM — 
"Steve" "Seawall" — Knowing 
everybody in the Wey. North Class of 
1978. FP — College. 

Morse, Donald R. 

11 Peckshot Rd. No. Weymouth. 

Morse, John J. 

39 Unicorn Ave. E. Weymouth. Key 
Club, CYO, Basketball. FP — Civil 
Engineer. 

Mortali, Donna M. "Dee" 

28 Newton Ct. No. Weymouth. MMS 

— "You are seniors Now!" FP — 
Hairdresser. 

Muirhead, James M. 

308 Broad St. E. Weymouth. 

Murphy, Barbara A. 
21 Castle Rd., Weymouth. FBLA. 
MMS — "You are seniors now!" FP — 
Massasoit College, Computer Pro- 
gramming. 

Murphy, Charles F. 

27 Great Hill Dr. No. Weymouth. 

Wrestling. 

Murphy, Donald 

24 Richards Rd. E. Weymouth. MMM 

— Eating Mushrooms. FP — Forestry. 

Murphy, Gail M. 

100 Green St. No. Weymouth. Sr. 
Fund-raising Comm. MMM — Down 
the Birches the last day of our junior 
year. FP — Social Worker. 

Murphy, Maureen R. "Moe" 



34 Parnell St. No. Weymouth. FP — 
Fashion Merchandising. 

Murphy, Maryellen "Mary, Murph" 
48 John St. No. Weymouth. Basket- 
ball, Softball, Ski Club. MMM — July 
26; The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Boz 
Scaggs Concert. FP — To become 
rich. 

Murphy, Patricia A. "Patti" 
404 Off Green St. No. Weymouth. 
Skiing, Swimming, Jogging, Candy- 
striper at the South Shore Hospital. 
MMM — When I broke my leg Skiing. 
FP — College, Registered Nurse. 

Murray, Brian S. 

21 Holmes Ave. No. Weymouth. Part 
time work at Angelos. MMM — 
Summer of "76." FP — College. 

Murray, Elizabeth M. "Beth" 
20 Lovell St. No. Weymouth. Swim 
Team. FP — Interior Decorating or 
working with children. 

Murray, Kevin E. 

11 Delorey Ave. No. Weymouth. TV 
Club. FP — College for Radio or TV 
Communication. 

Myers, Brien S. 

473 Essex St. E. Weymouth. MMM — 
"Do unto others as others do unto 
you." FP — Air Force as a career. 

Nasuti, Michael E. 

59 Cain Ave. E. Weymouth. 2 years 
Yearbook Staff, Spring Track, Photog- 
raphy Club. FP — State Police. 

Nehalsingh, Elisabeth A. "Beth, 
Kitty" 

28 Chard St. E. Weymouth. Band, 
Cross Country, Winter Track, Cos- 
tume Manager and Makeup for Sr. 
Class Play. MMS — "Happiness is a 
warm puppy, teddy bear, kitten or a 
friend." FP — College, to study 
Wildlife Preservation. 

Nelson, Laura J. "Laurie" 

135 Heritage Ln., Weymouth. MMM 

— Meeting Steve. MMS — It's been 
such a long time . . ." FP — To at- 
tend Rhode Island School of Design. 

Nickerson, Maureen T. "Tuesday, 
Tuesd" 

33 Anna Rd., Weymouth. MMM — 
"It was love at first sight when that 
baby entered mama's life." FP — 
Psychotherapist to Adolescents. 

Niles, Michael J. "Mike" 
37 Johnson Rd. N. Weymouth. Foot- 
ball, Baseball. MMM — Vinny and 
Abe. MMS — "You don't need the 
weather to know which way the wind 
blows." FP — to get older. 

Niles, Rosemary "Rose, Rosie" 

37 Johnson Rd. N. Weymouth. MMM 

— trip at lower Falls. FP — Secretary. 

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44 Bradmere Way, N. Weymouth. 
Swim Team, French Club, Spanish 
Club, Jr. Class Play, Explorers Club, 
J.M.S.V.C., Argentine Foreign 
Student-Exchange, Sr. Nom. Comm., 
Prom Comm., Volunteer with Special 
Needs Citizens. MMS — "Take time 
to give, because the day is too short to 
be selfish." FP — Bi-lingual Rehabili- 
tation Counselor. 

Norris, Janet L. "Lee' 
74 Hibiscus Ave., Weymouth. Swim- 
team. 

Norton, Caroline M. "Ca" 
20 Bartlett St. N. Weymouth. Cap and 
Gown Committee, Senior Class 
Nominating Committee, Track, Bas- 
ketball, Honors. FP — Journalism or 
writing. 

O'Connor, Jane E. 
1061 Pleasant St. 

Band, French Club — Vice-Pres., 
J.M.S.V.C., Nat'l Honor Society, 
Yearbook — Ass't Ed., F.L.I.C., Se- 
nior Fund-Raising Committee. FP — 
College; Major in Languages. 

O'Connor, Susan M. "Sue" 
29 Lincoln St., Weymouth. Swim 
Team, Gymnastics, Yearbook Senior 
Class Play. MMM — Summer of "77." 
FP — undecided. 

Olsson, Sandy J. "Panda" 

96 Lincoln St., Weymouth. MMS: 

"Thank God its Friday." FP — Junior 

College. 

O'Neil, Eileen A. 

693 Commercial St. Ski Club, Fund 
Raising Committee. MMM — 
Weekends at the Cape. FP — College. 

O'Neill, Edward A. "Ed" 
33 Great Hill Drive. Skiing, Playing 
the drums, Cards. MMM — "There 
ain't no overhand Blues." FP — To 
get rich. 

O'Neill, Jeanne M. 

72 Gale Rd. Fund Raising Committee, 
Reflections. MMM — "I could learn to 
love it." Bermuca. 

O'Neill, Robert J. 
31 Cliff St. 

Osborne, Dawn S. 

16 Grant St. Senior Class Play, Cheer- 
leader, Concert Choir, Gymnastics, 
Girls Chorale, Student Council, year- 
book, honors, Sancians — Drum & 
Bugle Corps. 

O'Sullivan, Patrick B. 
137 Green St. 

Hockey. MMM — The meeting of Dr. 
"B." FP — College. 

Palmer, Jennifer L. "Jennie" 
39 Julia Rd. 

Field Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, 
Track, Sec. of Jr. Class, Sec. of Sr. 



Class, Coffee & Donuts. MMS — "A 
dreamer lives forever." FP — Art 
School. 

Patterson, Barbara E. "Barb" 
4 Fuller Rd. 

Fund Raising Committee. MMS — 
"Good one, cone head." FP — 
Aquinas Junior College. Social 
Worker, live in New Hampshire. 

Paugh, Barbara A. "Hoof" 
35 Alton Terr., E. Weymouth. Senior 
Class Play, Science Fiction Club, 
Honor Society, French Club, Year- 
book, Reflections staff. "Optimism!" 
FP — Art history or technical theatre. 

Payne, Deborah A. "Debbie" 
573 Broad St. Weymouth. Pep Club, 
Bowling League, JMSVC. MMS — "A 
smile is a curve that sets a lot of 
things straight." FP — Early Child- 
hood Education. 

Pelletier, Michelle M. "Shelly" 
95 Pleasantview Ave., Weymouth. 
MMM — Getting caught smoking in 
the basement the first term of my 
sophomore year. MMS — "Live and 
let live." FP — Business school or the 
Navy. 

Penniman, Audrey A. 

79 Brae Rd., No. Weymouth. MMS — 

"To get anywhere, you must try." FP 

— Becoming a hairdresser. 

Perriello, Joseph "Joe" 
10 Drew Ave., E. Weymouth. Italian 
Club. MMM — Graduating from 
North High. FP — College, majoring 
in accounting. 

Personeni, Denise M. "Dee" 
14 Morrell St., No. Weymouth. 
Softball, Cap and Gown Committee. 
MMM — My senior year. FP — Fash- 
ion Merchandising. 

Peruzzi, Lisa 

33 Bradley Rd., No. Weymouth. 
Track, Prom Committee, Homeroom 
Representative. MMM — Getting out 
of school. FP — Culinary Arts. 

Petersen, Gary M. 

32 Carroll St., E. Weymouth. Wres- 
tling, Weightlifting. MMM — May 
26, 1978. FP — Owning a contracting 
business. 

Peterson, Gary G. 

34 Chard St., E. Weymouth. 

Petriello, Peter "Pete" 

371 Middle St., E. Weymouth. MMM 

— The time someone threw a pack of 
fire crackers in the cafeteria while 
everyone was eating lunch. FP — Col- 
lege, studying Business Administra- 
tion. 

Petterson, Joanne 

110 Idlewell Blvd., Weymouth. Ten- 
nis. MMM — The summer of "77." FP 



— College Pre-Med. 

Pettograsso, Matthew "Matt" 
40 Harding Ave., Weymouth. Foot- 
ball, Band, Weightlifting. MMM — 
Living from day to day; getting out of 
school. 

Pflaumer, Patricia R. "Patte" 

3 Judith Rd., No. Weymouth. Dietary 

Aide at South Shore Hospital. MMM 

— Fleetwood Mac/Eagles concert and 
graduation. FP — Traveling cross- 
country; becoming a secretary or 
model. 

Phillips, Elaine M. 

62 Putnam St. E. Weymouth. Cheer- 
leading, Concert Choir, Senior Class 
Play, Honor Society, Peter Frampton, 
Rod Stewart, Mary Hartman, and Ke- 
vin. "Pitts, Baby." "So save your 
strength, and run the field you play 
alone." FP — Voice Major. 

Pickering, John L. "Pick" 
322 Middle St., E. Weymouth. "It 
may not be too late, but maybe it 
should be." 

Plett, Sheryl J. "Shez" 
118 Donnellan Circle, Weymouth. 
"Kiss it, it's nicer." FP — Working a 
year, then working with children. 

Pohlmeyer, John E. 

2 Lyme St., E. Weymouth. 

Pohlmeyer, Mary L. 

2 Lyme St., E. Weymouth. Spanish 

Club. MMM — June 23, 1977. FP — 

College. 

Pompeo, Teresa L. "Terri" 
10 Cliff St., No. Weymouth. Swim 
Team, Student Council, Spanish 
Club, Prom Committee. MMM — 
April 23, 1976. "Kiss me, you por- 
cupine!" FP — Art School. 

Powell, Carolyn M. 

25 Spring St., Weymouth. Tennis, 

Latin Club. FP — College. 

Power, Jennifer A. 

103 Pearl St., N. Weymouth. 

Powers, Susan M. "Sue" 
14 Fuller Rd., N. Weymouth. Senior 
Class Treasurer, Fund Raising Com- 
mittee, Spanish Club, Student Coun- 
cil, Honor Society. MMM — Graduat- 
ing from Weymouth North. FP — 
Nursing School. 

Presley, Brenda L. "Bendy" 
1772 Commercial St., E. Weymouth. 
FP — Becoming either a hairdresser 
or an airline stewardess. 

Proulx, Carol T. 

24 Evans St., No. Weymouth. 

Rae, Elizabeth A. "Betsy" 
32 Driftway Rd., N. Weymouth. 
Gymnastics, Spanish Club. MMM — 
The "Bear" at the new beach. FP — 



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Fashion Merchandising. 
Raffa, Donna M. 

406 East St., E. Weymouth. Bowling 
Team, JMSVC, Writing Club. MMM 

— June 10, 1978. FP — Becoming a 
medical assistant; Traveling; Mar- 
riage. 

Rafferty, Michael J. "Raf" 

112 North St., N. Weymouth. Soccer, 

Basketball, Tennis, Being late. MMM 

— North's lunches. "Only mustard 
isn't a bird!" FP — College. 

Raf use, Laurie J. 

181 Wessagussett Rd., N. Weymouth. 
Fund Raising, Pep Squad, Cap and 
Gown Committee, CYF. MMM — 
Sept. 15, 1977; Christmas vacation, 
1975. FP — College, owning a nursery 
school. 

Raimondi, Karen A. 
23 Blackstone Rd., No. Weymouth. 
MMM — Meeting a new friend, June 
24, 1977. FP — College, studying the 
culinary arts, someday opening a 
business in foods. 

Ranstrom, Lee M. 

7 Leonard Rd., N. Weymouth. FLIC. 
MMM — The Chinese restaurant with 
Linda and Sandy. MMS — "Just ig- 
nore her, and she'll go away." FP — 
College, social work/psychology. 

Reddish, Jane 

25 Marks Rd., E. Weymouth. Basket- 
ball, Soccer, Prom Committee. MMM 

— Graduation day. FP — College, 
studying criminal justice. 

Reddish, Jane E. 

81 Marks Rd., E. Weymouth. Basket- 
ball, Soccer, Softball, CYO. MMS — 
"Ignore her, and she'll go away." FP 

— College. 

Reichenbach, Diane "Ricci" "Fro" 
"Di" 

14 Hill St., E. Weymouth. Partying, 
playing Ping-Pong. MMS — "If you 
can't be with the one you love, love 
the one you're with. FP — Moving to 
Florida. 

Reilly, Annemarie C. 
25 Cassandra Rd., E. Weymouth. 
Student Council, Student Govern- 
ment, Honor Society, Cap and Gown 
Committee, CYO. MMM — I'm still 
waiting. FP — College, Studying 
pharmacy. 

Rello, Dianne "Pee Wee" 
155 Fort Point Rd., No. Weymouth. 
Partying, music. MMM — Alone with 
him. MMS — "The number thirteen 
is not all that bad." FP — Drafting, 
architectural design. 

Ricciardi, Kim [. "Puff" "Fro" 

88 Wessagussett Rd., N. Weymouth. 

Senior Nominating Committee, Se- 



nior Class Play, Concert Choir. MMM 

— Austria "76." MMS — "If at first 
you don't succeed, try, try, try, try 
again. FP — College. 

Rich, Linda S. "Lin" 

52 Fourth Ave., Weymouth. Softball. 
MMM — April 8 and 14. MMS — "We 
had a good time and it ain't over yet." 
FP — College, travel. 

Riddle, Patricia J. "Pat" 
70 Peddock Rd., N. Weymouth. Ham- 
let, Senior Class Play. MMS — 
"Dreamers dread dreams, and 
dreams never die." FP — College. 

Rizzo, Melanie A. "Mel" 
1217 Commercial St., E. Weymouth. 
FBLA. MMM — Going to concerts. 
"Twinkie" FP — College, or working 
for a year. 

Rober, Susan C. "Rober" 
445 Green St., N. Weymouth. Student 
Council, Track, Senior Nominating 
Committee, Student Government. 
MMM — Having a party where 
everyone ate 65 meatballs that were 
meant for Thanksgiving. MMS — 
"Hey!" "I.G." FP — College, then law 
school. 

Robinson, Kathleen M. "Kathy" 

263 Middle St., E. Weymouth. SSTR, 
Horseback riding Club, Chorus. FP 

— College. 

Robson, Clemont L. "Rob" 
40 Sea St., N. Weymouth. MMM — 
My first year of "Traces." FP — Be- 
coming a funeral director. 

Roche, Judith "Judy" 

14 Babcock Ave., N. Weymouth. FP 

— Teacher aide. 

Rogers, Karen L. 

57 Saning Rd., N. Weymouth. Senior 
Class Play, Girl's Chorale. MMM — 
I'm still waiting. MMS — "Oh 
wow!!" FP — Becoming an elemen- 
tary school teacher; getting rich. 

Rogers, Sherrill A. 

160 Neck St., N. Weymouth. Pep 
Club. MMM — November 4, 1977. 
MMS — "Half of what I say I don't 
mean, but I say it just to reach you." 
FP — Legal Secretary. 

Russo, Tina M. 

53 Veronica Ln., E. Weymouth. 
MMM — Graduation day. "Love all, 
trust a few, do wrong to no one." FP 

— Peabody School. 

Sanborn, Dean P. 

15 Suwanee Rd., E. Weymouth. 
MMM — Never getting caught or 
having detention. 

Sansone, Carol L. 

264 Middle St., E. Weymouth. Swim 
Team, Track, Concert Choir, Senior 
Class Play, Weymouth Militia, De- 



corating Committee, Photography 
Club, Project Part-Time. MMM — It 
hasn't happed yet. FP — Having a 
good summer, then college, studying. 
Teaching. 

Savory, Patricia A. "Pattie" 

35 Endicott St., Weymouth. "Angelo" 

FP — Medical field. 

Schatzl, Joan K. "Joni" 
526 Commercial St., Weymouth. 
FBLA, Band, Yearbook, Photography, 
Skiing, Tennis, playing the organ. 
"The Lord will guide you continually 
and satisfy your desires with good 
things." FP — Attending Hallmark 
Institute of Photography; becoming a 
professional photographer. 

Scibillo, Peter A. "Scab" 
112A Joseph Fern Ct. E. Weymouth. 
Football. MMM — Canada, Summer 
of "77." MMS — "If you want to 
dance you got to pay the fiddler." FP 

— College. 

Scott, David B. 

45 Priscilla Cir. E. Weymouth. Ten- 
nis, Varsity and JV. Football. FP — 
College. 

Scott, Sheryl L. "Shezzie" 
245 Essex St., Weymouth. Band, 
French Club. MMM — Meeting Dana 
Teague. FP — Dental Assistant. 

Shand, Valerie L. "Val" 

33 Pilgrim Rd., Weymouth. Writer's 
Guild, French Club, Riding Club, Re- 
flections, Russian Club (pres.), Rus- 
sian Folk Dance, Fund-raising com- 
mittee, Science Fiction Club, FLIC, 
Project Part Time. MMM — The good 
times in "77." FP — I'm planning to 
go to college to be a French-Russian 
Major. 

Shea, Felicia M. "Flea" 
43 Albert Rd. E. Weymouth. Swim- 
ming, Cheering, Ski Club. MMM — 
A night at the Rez and a night down 
the Pitts. FP — College — Airline. 

Sheehan, John J. "Shecat Jay" 
95 Cedar St. Hockey, Three yrs. 
MMM — Hockey Season hasn't come 
yet this year. FP — Not Confirmed. 

Shields, John J. 

6 Paomet Rd., Weymouth. Hockey, 
Soccer. MMM — Climbing Moun- 
tains. FP — College. 

Shimmin, Brent B. 

34 Hillcrest Rd., Weymouth. Senior 
Class Play, Emerson Drama Festival, 
Russian Club, Marianna's Tea Room, 
PPT, South Weymouth Clique. MMM 

— Summer "77." FP — Work, then 
become a starving theatre-major, 

Show, Alfred E. "Fred" 

50 Wessagussett Rd. Hockey. FP — 

Possibly the service. 



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Silva, Mark W. 

25 Birchcliff Rd. E. Weymouth. 
Simcik, Janice 

41 Katherine St., Weymouth. FP - 
Attend School. 

Slattery, Patricia A. 
58 Clemates Ave. Tennis. MMS — 
"Take a Hike!" FP — College and a 
career in Journalism. 

Slattery, Yvette 

46 Cedar St., Weymouth. Nominating 
Committee. MMM — September 29, 
1975. FP — Hair Dressing. 

Smith, Daniel M. "Dan" 

27 Gilmore St. Soccer, Swimming. 

MMM — Starting Varsity Soccer. FP 

— Either work, army, or college. 

Smith, Deborah A. "Debbie" 
360 East St., Weymouth. Russian Folk 
Dressing, Russian Club, FLIC, Cap 
and Gown Comm., Honor and High 
Honor roll. FP — College, Foreign 
Language Major. 

Smith, Lynne A. "Sally" 
2 Everett PI. MMM — Feb. '77 to Aug. 
'77. FP — College, Interior Design or 
Fashion Design. 

Smith, Steven A. "Sammie" 

196 Idlewell Blvd. MMM — 2/4/77. FP 

— Own my own Towing Co. 

Smith, Tracey A. "T.R." 

248 Evans St. MMM — Summer '77. 

FP — Run a horseback riding stable. 

Smith, William J. "Bill, Smitty." 
32 Clinton Rd. Hockey, Lacrosse. 
MMM — When Jim hit Tim at the 
Inter-section. MMS — "Hey, I'm Still 
running that mile you Turkey!!!" FP 

— College. 

Soule, James C. 

660 Middle St., Weymouth. FP — 
Law. 

Soule, John 

660 Middle St., Weymouth. Wres- 
tling, School Paper, Honor Roll. 
MMM — "Anyone can see What's 
wrong with something, but can any- 
one see what's right with it?" FP — 
Pathology. 

Spada, Celio J. 

43C Memorial Drive, Weymouth. FP 

— Enlist in the service, work, travel. 

Stearns, Larry E. "Sternzy" 
41 Klasson Lane, Weymouth. Golf, 
Football. MMS — "You can't always 
get what you want." FP — A chef. 

Stevens, Beatrice "Babe" 

44 Doris Dr. Honor Roll. MMM — 

"This summer I hear the drumming, 

we're finally on our own." FP — Art 

School. 

Stewart, Mark W. "Stew" 



85 Oak Rindge Circle. Band. FP - 
College. 

Stokes, Carol L. "Stoksie, Ma" 
76 Anthony Rd. Nominating and 
Prom Committee, Selling donuts, 
Honor roll. MMM — "The bead, 
camping." FP — College. 

Stull, Jeanne M. 

114 Wessagusset Rd. MMM — "When 
you see this bare me in mind, let all 
the world think what they may but 
think of me as you find." FP — Maine 
University, Commercial Art. 

Sudbey, Mark R. "Sud, Marcus" 

16 Abigail Adams Circle. Football, 
track, gymnastics (Captain), Honor 
Roll. FP — College at Lowell Univer- 
sity. 

Sullivan, Ann C. 

151 Mt. Vernon Rd. E. Weymouth. 
Swim Team, Spring Track, Yearbook 
(Co-lit. editor), Debate team, Cap and 
Gown Committee, Volunteering with 
special children, Wey. Minuteman 
Militia. "Going to see the Special 
Olympics." FP — College. 

Sullivan, James A. "Jim" 

17 Stalton St. Basketball. FP — Col- 
lege. 

Sumski, Ronald M. "Ron" 
30 Howard St. FP — College. 

Supernor, Kathleen G. "Kat, Kathy, 
Kate" 

29 Pine Ridge Rd. E. Weymouth. 
Chorus, Sr. Class Play, Camping, 
CCD Teacher. "All the times, being 
with . . . (you know who you are!) 
FP — College, Travel. 

Szymanski, Barbara A. 

66 Regatta Rd. N. Weymouth. MMM 

— Meeting George. FP — Medical 
School, Pathology. 

Taccini, Gerard J. "Gerry" 
53 House Rock Rd. — Lacrosse, Soc- 
cer, School Play, Junior Values, 
Honor Roll, Key Club. "That first 
goal!" FP — College for Pharmacy. 

Tangherlini, Jayne M. "Tang" 

71 Holmes Ave. N. Weymouth. 

MMM — Going to Florida. 

Tansey, Marilyn J. "Mai" 
62 Village Rd. E. Weymouth. Figure 
Skating, Sailing, Band, Fund Raising. 
MMS — "Irish Spring." FP — Doctor. 

Taylor, Deborah A. "Deb" 
126 Weyham Rd. Pep Club, Reflec- 
tions, Yearbook, Russian Club, Se- 
nior Fund Raising. MMM — My trip 
to the Soviet Union in tenth grade. FP 

— A little of everything. 

Taylor, Timothy H. "Grizzly, Tim" 
126 Weyham Rd. Football (Captain), 
Basketball, Spring Track, Lacrosse. 



MMM — Zel's Lacrosse party. FP - 
College. 

Tempesta, John E. "Jack" 

115 Prospect Hill Drive. MMS "If at 
first you don't succeed, forget it." FP 

— College. 

Tracey, Glenn J. "Trace" 

42 Frank Rd. Soccer, FP — Get rich. 

Travers, Teresa M. 

1799 Commercial St. E. Weymouth. 

MMM — The first time I ever got 

roses." 

Tringale, Sandra A. "Sandy, Tring- 
les" 

7 Neck St. Student Council, Prom 
Committee. MMM — A night at For 
Pete's Sake. 

Trott, Michael P. "Buzzy" 

136 Puritan Rd. MMM — Summer of 

"77." FP — I just want to be rich. 

Villanova, Susan E. "Squeeks" 

7 Shawmut Ave. "Hug a root." FP — 

Airline Stewardness. 

Svizzero, Leslie A. 
104 Hanian Drive. Cross Country, 
Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, CYO Bas- 
ketball, Fund Raising Committee, 
Prom Committee. MMM — Summer 
"76," Graduation day "76." FP — 
Fashion College. 

Wallin, Donna T. 

149 Evans St. N. Weymouth. Cap and 
Gown Committee, Bowling Team. FP 

— Nursing School and Traveling. 

Walsh, Richard F. "Rick" 

14 Prospect Hill Drive. Band. MMM 

— Being Born. FP — Trade School. 

Walsh, Susan M. "Sue" 
51 Center St. Senior Nominating 
Comm. Honor Society. MMM — 
Summer of "75" & "76" and 
weekends. FP — College Accounting. 

Ward, Joseph P. "Joe" 

76 Brae Rd. Hockey, Prom. Comm. 

Watkins, Linda N. 

21 Curtis St. N. Weymouth. FP — 
Nursing. 

Weisse, Cynthia A. "Cindy" 

116 Charles St. E. Weymouth. Year- 
book, Horseback riding Club. FP — 
Secretary. 

Weldon, Theresa E. 

7B Memorial Drive E. Weymouth. 

Wellock, William D. "Bill" 

84 Hawthorne St. E. Weymouth. 

Football, Baseball, Wrestling. MMM 

— Mad Dog sinking in quicksand. FP 

— College, Law. 

Wencek, Stephen I. 
370 Neck St. N. Weymouth. Basket- 
ball, Track, TV Club. 

Werner, Peter R. "Pete" 



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920 Broad St. E. Weymouth. German 
Club. MMM — April 77/Florida. Se- 
nior Year. FP — College, Architect. 

White, Carol A. 

289 Broad St. MMM — 2/4/77. FP — 
College. 

Wielhouwer, Gregg 

Albert Rd. E. Weymouth. 

Williams, Claire R. 

46 Evans St. MMM — Getting out or 

School! FP — Secretary. 

Wilson, David G. "Willy Dave" 
85 Donnellan Circle. FP — College. 

Wright, Cathleen "Cathy" 

28 Bursley Rd. MMM — Graduation 

Day. FP — Hawaii, marriage. 

Wyman, Millard 

236 Sea St., Weymouth. 

Wysocki, Jayne "Barb" 
61 Lovell St. MMS — "You pinhead." 
"Today is the first day of the rest of 
your life." FP — Fashion Merchandis- 
ing, marriage, traveling to Miobia. 

Yalowchuk, Brenda J. 

146 North St. FP — Travel around the 

states. 

Yannizzi, Jane 

1691 Commercial St., E. Weymouth. 

Zunino, Michael J. "Mike" 
1073 Pleasant St. Russian Club, 
French Club, National Honor Society, 
Math Team. FP — College. 



Adukonis, Martin M. "Marty" 

51 Beals St., No. Weymouth. FP — 

Making a lot of money. 

Arnold, Bryon D. "Ziffle" 

108 Biscayne Ave., Weymouth. Sleep. 

MMM — Getting out of school. 

Bailey, Paul D. 

30 Intervale Rd., E. Weymouth. 

Baker, Gregory A. 

24 Broad St., Weymouth. 

Balzano, John L. 

76 Fuller Rd., No. Weymouth. 

Barrett, Wayne E. "Disco" 
328 North St., No. Weymouth. MMM 
— The day "Meatlips" pulled the fire 
alarm, and the day Buker hit Frye's 
truck. FP — Carpentry. 

Bennett, Frederick J. "Fred" 
46 Hollis St., So. Weymouth. Work. 
MMM — The walk-out. FP — Moving 
to California. 

Breen, Michael J. "Mike" 
26 Stetson St., Weymouth. Motorcy- 
cle riding. MMM — Mr. Wuori's 
class, room 229. FP — Time and 
Space. 



Briggs, James G. 

34 Sagamore Rd., No. Weymouth. 
Skiing. FP — East Coast Aero Tech. 

Buckley, James L. "Bobo" "Buck" 

16 Fairlawn Rd., No. Weymouth. 
Baseball, Football. MMM — When we 
walked out of school. FP — Carpen- 
try, or going into the service, or join- 
ing the committee to elect Wayne 
Snell President. 

Buker, David P. "Dave" 

17 Peddock Rd., No. Weymouth. Ski- 
ing, Tennis, Baseball, Football. MMM 

— The day I graduate. FP — Becom- 
ing a carpenter or contractor after col- 
lege. 

Butler, Kevin P. "Bobby Butler" 
48 Morningside Path, E. Weymouth. 
Gymnastics, Football, Lacrosse, 
Swimming. MMM — The time I cut 
my finger on the band saw cutting 
out a cutting board. FP — A voca- 
tional college, someday becoming a 
contractor, and joining the committee 
to elect Wayne Snell President. 

Byron, Scott P. "Bubs" 
289 Essex St., Weymouth. MMM — 
Getting out of school for the summer. 
FP — Going to Maine or Colorado. 

Carr, Christopher S. "Chris" 
11 Seminole Ave., Weymouth. Out- 
door sports. MMM — When we 
walked out of school. FP — Carpen- 
try, Navy. 

Chrapen, William P. "Bill" 
16 Cottage St., E. Weymouth. Skiing, 
Co-op, Ping-Pong Club, Bike Tour- 
ing. MMM — Using a teletype and a 
computer for the first time. FP — East 
Coast Aero Tech or college. 

Church, Robert P. "Churchie" 
20 Meadow Ln., So. Weymouth. 
Co-op, Weymouth South Football, 
Student Advisory Committee. MMM 

— Mr. Mac Donald's class. FP — Car- 
pentry. 

Cipullo, Joseph E. "Joe" 

230 Union St., So. Weymouth. MMM 

— My eighteenth birthday. FP — 
Printer. 

Clancy, Charles V. "Chuckrat" 
209 Idlewell Blvd., Weymouth. Cars, 
music. "Live each day as if it were 
your last; appreciate." 

Condo, Mari-Jean "M" 

267 Neck St., No. Weymouth. Senior 

Class Secretary and Treasurer, Soccer, 

Yearbook. MMM — California and 

Arizona. FP — Moving to the West 

Coast. 

Connors, James M. 
26 Hobart Square, Whitman. Hockey, 
cards, learning the guitar. MMM — 
Going to Bermuda. 



Conway, Mark J. "Con" 

36 Danbury Rd., So. Weymouth. 

Auto Club, Electronic Repair Club, 

Science Fiction Club. "My car won't 

start!" FP — Living in Colorado and 

working for IBM as an electronic 

technician. 

Cullivan, Daniel F. "Dan" 

19 Myrtle St., E. Weymouth. Riding 
motorcycles. MMM — Getting "tough 
policy" in 229. FP — Riding more 
motorcycles. 

Dangora, Robert W. 

447 Ralph Talbot St., So. Weymouth. 

Davenport, David K. "Dap" 

40 Mediterranean St., Weymouth. FP 

— To succeed in whatever I'm good 
at. 

Dempsey, Peter S. "Demper" 
27 Cherry Ln., So. Weymouth. 
Woodworking, Fishing, Football. 
MMM — Going to Europe. FP — Be- 
coming a teacher in my trade. 

De Rusha, Philip H. "Phil" 

41 Charles St., E. Weymouth. Train- 
ing harness horses, Camping, Skiing, 
Co-op. MMM — When I found a 
twenty dollar bill at the track. FP — 
Remaining at my present job; con- 
tinuing in harness racing. 

Dinon, William R. "Bill" 

15 Progress St., Weymouth. 
Weightlifting. MMM — Mr. Wuori's 
class in 229. FP — Having a good job, 
a good life. 

Dobson, Paul J. "Dob" 

42 Sandy Way, No. Weymouth. Cars, 
music, work, partying. "I can dig it." 
FP — Sound and Lighting Engineer- 
ing. 

Donoghue, Kenneth V. "Dook" 
103 Hanian Dr., E. Weymouth. Ski 
Club. FP — Becoming an offset 
printer. 

Dupras, Raymond C. "Dup" 
17 Marie Ave., So. Weymouth. Foot- 
ball, Project Part-Time. FP — Becom- 
ing a successful businessman. 

Dutton, Paul E. 

20 Walnut Ave., E. Weymouth. 
Eliason, John A. 

12 Fillmore St., So. Weymouth. 
Co-op. Having my own Auto Body 
business. 

Ellis, William E. "Will" 

279 Randolph St., So. Weymouth. FP 

— To become a successful cabinet- 
maker and come back to teach in the 
shop. 

Farrand, Gregory A. "Greg'' 

16 Farm St., So. Weymouth. FP — En- 
listing in the Marine Corps. 

Fasci, Brian R. "W.O.P." 



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66 Hollis St., So. Weymouth. FP - 
Air Force Academy. 

Flanagan, F. Dennis 

10 Rindge St., E. Weymouth. Guitar. 

FP — College. 

Foley, Glenn D. 

37 Charles Diersch St., E. Weymouth. 
Basketball, Wrestling, Soccer, Foot- 
ball, Baseball. "Another five bucks, 
Ziggy." FP — Becoming a successful 
printer. 

Foley, Scott M. "Fole" 
405 Pleasant St., So. Weymouth. 
Cars, sleep. MMM — Getting my own 
car. FP — Auto Mechanic. 

Franks, Roger A. 

109 Birchbrow Ave., No. Weymouth. 

Gage, Robert B. "Rage" 

52 Oak St., So. Weymouth. Work. 

MMM — The walkout. FP — Owning 

California. 

Giguere, Gordon H. 

180 Nevins Circle, Rockland. 

Gill, Stephen J. "Dr. D." 
50 Grandview Rd., No. Weymouth. 
Talking on my C.B. radio. FP — Sel- 
ling fruit. 

Goodine, Anthony O. 

44 High St., E. Weymouth. 

Goodrow, Kevin "Juice" 

210 West St., Weymouth. Working on 

cars. FP — Working for the town. 

Goodrow, Richard W. 

18 Summer St., Weymouth. FP — 

Auto Mechanic. 

Gregor, Bryan D. 

15 Jay Rd., So. Weymouth. 

Hatch, Russell J. "Rocketman" 
26 Whipple St., So. Weymouth. Talk- 
ing on my C.B. radio. MMM — The 
senior prom. FP — Working for the 
Civil Service. 

Henderson, Anthony "Tony" 
8 Twilight Path, E. Weymouth. Stu- 
dent Representative to the School 
Committee. MMM — Lunchtime. 

Hill, Richard C. "Morocco" 
12 Winter Ct., Weymouth. Dirt bike 
riding, Swimming, Diving. MMM — 
Mr. Wuori's class in room 229. FP — 
Staying alive. 

Hogeland, Dennis W. 
393 Randolph St., So. Weymouth. 
Riding my bikes, Tennis, going to 
rock concerts, Co-op. MMM — My 
senior year. FP — Aviation or en- 
gineering. 

Holbrook, David A. "Hobie" 

56 Phillips St., Weymouth. FP — 

Work. 

Horte, Ronald 

116 Pleasant St., Whitman. MMM — 



The dav I got my license. FP — Be- 
coming a printer. 

Howe, Brian S. 

1743 Commercial St., E. Weymouth. 
Co-op. FP — Work. 

Hunter, Jeffrey A. "Catfish" 

89 Franklin St., Weymouth. Graphic 

Arts. "How did ya pass this time, 

Zig?" FP — Being in a Graphic Arts 

shop. 

Hurley, James J. 

540 Union St., So. Weymouth. "Ay 
Sweetheart!" 

Jensen, Paul A. 

29 Blake Rd., Weymouth. Basketball, 
Wrestling, Football, Baseball. "How 
did you pass this time, Zyggy Star- 
dust?" FP — Becoming a printer. 

Johnson, Stephen R. "Steve" 
70 Leahaven Rd., So. Weymouth. 

Karstunen, Ronald L. 

76 Puritan Rd., E. Weymouth. FP — 

Owning a Cabinetmaking shop. 

Kelly, Peter P. "Kell" 

25 Soper Ave., Weymouth. 

Kelso, Robert 

30 Overlook Rd., E. Weymouth. 
Knight, Steven 

85 King Cove Beach, No. Weymouth. 
Hockey. MMM — The Bob Seger con- 
cert. 

Leary, Matthew J. "Mattman" 
6 Sagamore Rd., No. Weymouth. 4D 
Rehabilitation Program. Getting my 
chops. "Don't bother me. It's Mon- 
day." FP — Joining the committee to 
elect Wayne Snell President; Carpen- 
try. 

Ledwell, Paul A. "Led" 
4 Lillian Rd., E. Weymouth. Motor- 
cross Club, Project Part-Time, Co-op, 
partying, Harlen's Driver Ed. MMM 
— The summer of "77"; Eddy's acci- 
dent. FP — Becoming a carpenter. 

Leonard, William F. "Weasel" 
1144 Pleasant St., E. Weymouth. 
Hockey, cars, drums. "Live life to the 
fullest." FP — Having my own rock & 
roll band; college. 

Levesque, Dennis J. 

4 Hart Ave., Weymouth. 

Long, Kenneth 

16 Delorey Ave., No. Weymouth. 

MacDonald, Michael W. "Mac" 
45 Holmes Ave., No. Weymouth. 
Motorcross Club, Co-op. MMM — 
The summer of "77" and the Gumball 
Rally. FP — Carpentry. 

MacDougall, Gary T. "Mac" 
14 Judson Rd., Weymouth. Basket- 
ball. MMM — The walk-out. 

Maltz, Donald W. "Sparky" 



328 North St., No. Weymouth. 
Weightlifting, Track and Field. MMM 

— Mr. Wuori's class in room 229. FP 

— Navy. 

Manning, Stephen P. "Archie" 

44 Manomet Rd., No. Weymouth. 

Outdoor sports. 

Marani, Richard F. "Mario" 

35 Birchbrow Ave., No. Weymouth. 

Track, Soccer, walking D.C. to classes 

in eleventh grade. MMM — The 

snowball fight after school with the 

bus drivers. FP — East Coast Aero 

Tech. 

Maskell, Joseph A. "Joey" 

9 Joan Terr. E. Weymouth. The Legion 

Gang, Co-op, partying. MMM — 

April 20, 1977, meeting Cathy, and 

the summer of "77." FP — 

Wentworth College; becoming a 

draftsman. 

McBurnie, George E. "Bone" "Red" 

49 Katherine St., No. Weymouth. 
Wrestling. MMM — The day I beat up 
Mr. Blasser. 

McConville, Randy S. 

76 Bluff Rd., No. Weymouth. FP — 

Becoming an automotive mechanic. 

Mehrman, Brian P. 
359 Front St., Weymouth. Project 
Part-Time, Co-op. MMM — Giving 
Spooy a rough time. FP — Carpentry. 

Howard R. Molignano "Howie" 
7 Sumner Rd., Weymouth. Lacrosse. 
MMM — Lunchtime. FP — Carpen- 
try. 

Monti, Shane T. "Mont" 
284 Summer St., Weymouth. Elec- 
tronics repair, Science Fiction Club, 
Amateur Astronomer Club. MMM — 
Making the Honor Roll three times in 
a row during my junior year. FP — I 
hope to work for Microsonics after 
graduation. 

Moscillo, Frank 

26C Garafalo Rd., E. Weymouth. Par- 
tying. FP — Becoming rich. 

Murphy, Joseph F. "Joe" 
91 Robbinswood Rd., So. Weymouth. 
Lacrosse, Project Part-Time. MMM — 
Taking North High's Assistant Prin- 
cipal's car for a joy ride. 

Musgrove, Richard J. "Musk" 
18 Pine Cliff Rd., E. Weymouth. 
MMM — Mr. Wuori's class in room 
229. 

North, Donald N. "Norton" 

50 Intervale Rd., E. Weymouth. Driv- 
ing Club. MMM — The time Tony 
"floored" Mehrman. MMM — Car- 
pentry. 

Oliver, Brian W. "Ollie" 

12 Beecher St., E. Weymouth. Co-op, 

Softball, Motorcross, Riding. FP — 



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Carpenter. 

Olsen, Curt E. 

155 Essex St., Weymouth. 

O'Neill, James G. "Moosemeat" 
279 Pine St., So, Weymouth. "X off." 
FP — College. 

Palmer, Brian J. 

11 Central St., So. Weymouth. Talk- 
ing on my C.B. radio. MMM — The 
senior prom. FP — Owning a restau- 
rant. 

Pantano, Paul R. "Ginzo" 

19 Frank Rd., No. Weymouth. Wres- 
tling, Hunting, Sailing, partying. 
MMM — Parties and feasts; the 
summer of "77." FP — Becoming a 
carpenter. 

Pawlowski, Paul C. 
57 Clematis Ave., Weymouth. Project 
Part-Time, Co-op. FP — Construc- 
tion. 

Perry, Michael J. 

6 Wingate Rd. , E. Weymouth. Co-op. 

Peterson, Robert F. "Buff" 

332 Summer St., Weymouth. Hockey, 

Water skiing. FP — Becoming a 

cabinetmaker. 

Piacentini, Anthony J. "Tony" 
1075 Middle St., So. Weymouth. Of- 
froad 4 Wheeling, working at Burger 
King, listening to good music, going 
to concerts. "When you least expect 
it, you will get it." FP — Becoming a 
carpenter. 

Plum, Timothy G. "Plumme" 
1415 Commercial St., E. Weymouth. 
Concert Choir, Senior Class Play, 
Student Government. "And they said 
it couldn't be done." FP — Hiking 
around the U.S. 

Polvere, Don "Kunta" 

20 Sawyer Rd., E. Weymouth. MMM 

— Getting "tough policy" in 229. FP 

— Work. 

Pukt, Dennis V. 

80 Weaver Rd., E. Weymouth. FP — 
Becoming an automobile mechanic. 

Quinn, Stephen "Steve" 
11 Laurel St., E. Weymouth. Carpen- 
try, Sailing. "Too much competi- 
tion." FP — Carpentry. 

Ready, Christopher G. "Red" 
10 Lyme St., E. Weymouth. Sailing 
Club, Football, Skydiving, Cross 
Country Club, Scuba Diving. MMM 

— When I fell off the roof of a house 
and was inspired to skydive. "Push- 
ing ahead is believing in life." FP — I 
plan to become a carpenter, to sail 
around the world on a sailboat of my 



own design, and to get my pilot's 
license. 

Rose, Robert S. "Rosie" 

60 Essex St., Weymouth. Weightlift- 

ing, Jogging. MMM — Getting my 

driver's license. FP — Becoming an 

architect. 

Runnalls, Donald S. 
74 Sunnyplain Ave., Weymouth. 
Weightlifting. MMM — Getting out 
of school. FP — Becoming a printer or 
a drummer. 

Salmon, Peter F. 

345 Washington St., So. Weymouth. 

Schoonover, Gary J. 

66 North St., No. Weymouth. 

Sewell, Gregory J. "Seewall" 
51 Gilbert Rd., E. Weymouth. Na- 
tional Honor Society, De Molay. FP — 
Two years at New Hampshire Tech- 
nical Institute. 

Simpson, Michael B. "Simpa" 
202 Green St., No. Weymouth. 
Co-op, Off Road 4 Wheeling, Trial 
Riding, Sailing. FP — Becoming a 
carpenter and a contractor. 

Smith, Gregory C. "Greg" 
77 Standish St., No. Weymouth. Se- 
nior Class President, Student Council 
Representative, National Honor Soci- 
ety, Co-op, Yearbook, Vocational 
Advisory Council to the state, Ski 
Club. MMM — Bermuda "77." FP — 
College; getting an Industrial Man- 
agement Degree. 

Snell, Wayne E. "Mental Baby" 
210 Middle St., E. Weymouth. Stu- 
dent Government, Construction 
Technology, Boating. "The world be- 
yond us is within." FP — Navy, be- 
coming a construction engineer, be- 
coming President of the U.S. 

Stella, Phillip 

30 E. Washington St., Hanson. Hunt- 
ing. MMM — Mr. Wuori's class, room 
229. FP — To be successful. 

Sullivan, Robert F. 

2 Hobomack Rd., No. Weymouth. 

Tangherlini, Peter A. "Slick" 
84 Essex St., Weymouth. Senior Class 
Vice-President. "When I am out of 
school everything's cool." FP — Be- 
coming a mechanic or a sports com- 
mentator. 

Tobin, Michael B. "Tobe" 

215 Sea St., No. Weymouth. MMM — 

Mr. Wuori's class. FP — Getting it 

completed. 

Tracy, Raymond E. "Radar" 

131 Mt. Vernon Rd. West, E. 



Weymouth. Baseball, CYO Basket- 
ball. MMM — Shed, 229. FP — Get- 
ting a high-paying job in sheet metal 
technology. 

Vaughan, Cynthia M. "Cindy" 
8 Seabury St., No. Weymouth. Sr. 
Class Play. MMS — "I have to at least 
try." FP — Opening a small every- 
thing shop. 

Waitekaitis, Steven M. "Steve" 
16 Fillmore St., So. Weymouth. 
Project Part-Time, Rifle Club, Out- 
door Sports. MMM — Pulling the fire 
alarm by mistake. FP — Becoming a 
carpenter. 

Watkins, Robert J. 

22D Garafalo Rd., E. Weymouth. 

Webb, Richard C. 

1083 Washington St., E. Weymouth. 
Co-op, Student Advisory. FP — Be- 
coming a contractor. 

Yeaton, Mark D. 

73 Broad Reach, No. Weymouth. 
Bowling, Baseball. MMS — "We're 
outa here." FP — Owning a carving 
shop. 

Zygmunt, Joseph "Ziggy" 

1191 Pleasent St., E. Weymouth. FP 

— The Military. 



Crowley, Michael J. 

29 Karlin St., Weymouth. 

Dalton, Glenn W. 

66 North St., No. Weymouth. 

Foss, Belinda J. 

43 Pecksuot Rd., No. Weymouth. 
Hucksam, Clare L. 

21 Blanchard Blvd., Braintree. MMM 
2/7/78, Augusta, Ga., 
"Stonehenge," Life and times in 
Georgia. FP — Commercial Photo- 
grapher. 

Keenan, John F. 

32 Wachusett Rd., No. Weymouth. 

Kleberg, Barbara A. 

31 President Rd., Weymouth. 

Kramer, Edward J. 

79. Pecksuot Rd., No. Weymouth 

Mallard, Thomas 

309 Broad St. E. Weymouth. 

Sullivan, Eileen M. 
210 Academy Ave. E. Weymouth. 
Debate Team, Student Advisory 
Comm. to the School Comm., Student 
Council (pres), Yearbook, Nat'l 
Honor Society. FP — College. 

Tufts, Karen M. 

58 Madison Ave. E. Weymouth. 



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NEW FACES 





Hucksam, Clare. 

21 Blanchard Blvd., Braintree. 

MMM. Life and high times in Augusta, 

Ga. Feb. 7, 1978, "Stonehenge" Georgia. 

FP. Commercial Photographer. 




Hudson, Robert. "Bob" 

100 Rinaldo Rd., Weymouth. 

FP. Carpenter. 



A "NORTH 

STAR" 

IS 

BORN 



Thank you to Donna Plaumer, Ms. 
Roubicek, Dave Bouley, and Elaine Phil- 
lips who all submitted the winning Year- 
book name, "North Star." 



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mi 




FRIENDLIEST 
Todd and Jenny 




FUNNIEST LAUGH 
Dianna and Richard 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Joyce and Linus 



TV 




DID MOST FOR WNHS 
Sue and Rick 





MOST DAZZLING SMILE 
Lori and John 



BEST DRESSED 
Bill and Tracy 




The Torch Is Passed 



We at Weymouth North were fortunate to know 
Mr. Edward W. Knight, Jr. as an assistant princi- 
pal. We were even more fortunate to see him be- 
come principal of our school this year. He is a 
sincere and dedicated administrator who believes 
in all of us. The class of 1978 wishes him success 
and happiness in his new endeavor. 



Edward W. Knight, Jr. 




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From the moment of our birth 
We are faced with many challenges. 
We have taken many first steps 
Like mastering the alphabet 
And reaching the sky on a swing. 
We memorized an eight stanza poem in Junior High, 
And we sweated profusely before our first date. 
We pushed our bodies to the limit when trying out for varsity teams. 
And as seniors we had to face the future 
By visiting colleges, businesses, and the Guidance office. 
We enjoyed every moment of our Senior Prom, 
And felt something other than happiness at graduation. 

We can never return to days gone by 

Except in our treasured memories. 

By remembering the obstacles we have overcome, 

And remembering the friendships and happiness we have gained, 

We can't help but turn our thoughts forward 

In eager anticipation 

Of our days ahead. 



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